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Austin’s suddenly-anointed synth rock kingpins S U R V I V E, whose title track and other key musical elements served as creepy scene-setters for the hit Netflix show “Stranger Things,” debuted a track off their upcoming release“RR7349” via NPR’s Songs We Love this week. The song, “Wardenclyffe,” is a sinisterly synth-scaped hero’s journey with an everpresent undercurrent of lurking chaos. You know, the kind of song that just might send you inadvertently tumbling into another dimension.

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The album, which Chad Swiatecki describes as  “a suite of nine menacing and moody tracks propelled by a small army of synthesizers, drum machines and other related electronic music gear,” drops on Sept. 30. The band will celebrate the release that night at Barracuda before setting off for a U.S. tour.