The Most Serene Republic release new single ‘Love Loves To Love Love’

Most Serene Republic

Ontario sextet, The Most Serene Republic, have revealed a second single, Love Loves To Love Love, which is lifted from the band’s first new album in six year, ‘Mediac’. The album will be out November 13 via MapleMusic Recordings. Take a listen to Love Loves To Love Love below via Soundcloud. 

Mediac’ was recorded in Toronto, produced by TMSR’s Ryan Lenssen, and mixed by David Newfeld (Broken Social Scene/Super Furry Animals/Los Campesinos!). The Most Serene Republic will celebrate the album and the holidays, with a Toronto performance, December 22 at The Horseshoe Tavern. Pre-order ‘Mediac’ here.


‘Mediac’ track listing:

01. Love Loves To Love Love
02. I Haven’t Seen You Around
03. Ontario Morning
04. Capitalist Waltz
05. Nation Of Beds
06. Failure Of Anger
07. Benefit Of The Doubt
08. Fingerspelling
09. Brain Etiquette
10. The Feels


More on The Most Serene Republic? The Most Serene Republic emerged in 2005, still holding on to their teens, capturing all the wide-eyed wonder of youth with their debut album, Underwater Cinematographer, released on Arts & Crafts. Three full-length albums, two EPs, multiple tours across North America and Europe supporting The Strokes, Broken Social Scene, Metric, Stars, a great deal of glowing press, and devoted followers were accrued. It has been a half-decade since The Most Serene Republic has released new material. While merely a blip in terms of the universe, it can seem like a lifetime between when an elongated adolescence through the vehicle of artistry is left behind and adulthood is embraced. And so it is, that these six best of friends returned to making music through a very different lens, yet somehow managing to still capture all the impossibly beautiful things and the essence of what made their universe so special.

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