The Brooklyn mainstays return with their first new material since 2011.

The band first debuted ‘Mercy’ during their All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival set in May, but now the Huffington Post has the studio version of the song.

“We’re sort of collecting material for a record,” singer Tunde Adebimpe said earlier this year, “but right now we’re only thinking in terms of songs, smaller things we can put out regularly until an album seems possible. Which I love.” Any new material will be released on Dave Sitek’s Federal Prism imprint, as the band is no longer with long-time label Interscope.

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