Repeater share "Lonely, ready full-length album

Los Angeles based indie art rock band Repeater have released their new single “Lonely.” The melodic and dreamy track is now streaming on music blog Popdose and on Repeater’s Soundcloud page. “Lonely” is the first single off of the group’s upcoming self-titled full-length release, due out on November 18 on A Diamond Heart Production.
“‘Lonely’ is an exercise in pulsating simplicity, inspired by singles by bands like New Order and The Big Pink, and a little bit of Big Beat electronica. Repeater is an evolving band and project formed in 2005 by main writer Steve Krolikowski. From the remains of darkwave band The Main Frame, Repeater began as a foray into the sweeter indie and post-punk sounds of The Cure, Chameleons, Mew, and even Bowie, with elements of mainstream modern rock. Through the course of several lineup changes, three EPs and three albums, they have created sounds evocative of Brit-rock, Gothic, post-hardcore, and most lately, layered pop music with an emphasis on craft.