See Full Tracklist For BANKS’ New Album, ‘The Altar’

Yesterday BANKS debuted her new single, “Gemini Feed,” from her upcoming sophomore album. Now fans can see the full tracklist for The Altar and also pre-order the album! It will be released on September 30th. The Altar includes 13 new songs, including the recently released singles, “F–k With Myself” and “Gemini Feed.” However, her 2015 teaser single, “Better,” is noticeably absent. Check out the full tracklisting below:

  1. “Gemini Feed”
  2. “F–k With Myself”
  3. “Lovesick”
  4. “Mind Games”
  5. “Trainwreck”
  6. “This Is Not About Us”
  7. “Weaker Girl”
  8. “Mother Earth”
  9. “Judas”
  10. “Haunt”
  11. “Poltergeist”
  12. “To The Hilt”
  13. “27 Hours”

The Altar is available for pre-order from four different music services. Your pre-order comes with instant downloads of the first two singles. More songs may also become available ahead of the September 30th release date. Although “Better” is not included in the tracklist, fans can still download it separately.

What do you think the new album will be like? With titles like “Haunted” and “Poltergeist,” The Altar sounds like it will be spooky and dark. Meanwhile, songs like “Judas” and “Mind Games” suggest deceit and betrayal. BANKS impressed us all with her first album, Goddess, in 2014, and it looks like The Altar will evolve her sound even further.

BANKS shared two singles so far, and there will likely be more coming out over the next few months. Will we see a music video for “Gemini Feed” soon? Will more songs come out ahead of the September 30th release date? There’s plenty to look forward to, so keep checking back here for all the latest BANKS music news.

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