This 5th March, Domino and Merge will put the latest from The Magnetic Fields, “Love At The Bottom Of The Sea,” on the shelves. But the album can already be heard from beginning to end, courtesy of NPR. The album consists of 15 songs lasting no longer than two-and-a-half minutes apiece. It marks the Americans’ return to the synthetic sounds they boasted in the 90s, when they released some of their most renowned albums, like “The Charm of the Highway Strip”. Press play here and enjoy the new pop chronicles of Stephin Merritt and company.