We’re getting new Maggie Rogers on Friday, because of the moon and stuff

Quick, someone turn on the New Music Early Warning System!

If you like to keep a track of what artists are about to bless us with new music, then you’d best open your ledger and prepare to get scribbling. We’ve got another early warning signal for something incoming.

According to a tweet made earlier this morning (24th July), Maggie Rogers is set to drop new music this coming Friday (27th July).

Quoting a posting about the ‘longest lunar eclipse of the century’ coming on the same day, she wrote: “Don’t think I didn’t think about this. New music this Friday.”

As Maggie specified the day, we’re assuming this means she won’t be breaking the New Music Friday Agreement, and will indeed be delivering the track on the specified date – not before hand via some sort of radio-based-world-slash-hottest-record-exclusive mechanism.

The new song will follow up on most recent track ‘fallingwater’, which arrived back in May.

Obviously, while Maggie wants you to think the timing is due to moon cycles, it’s clearly because she’s in the new issue of Dork, out later today. She’s one of the things we can tell you about at the time of writing. The rest is top secret until 7:30pm tonight – but you can guess if you like.

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