TV On The Radio will release their highly anticipated new album ‘Nine Types of Light’ on April 11th. Nine Types of Light is the follow-up to the band's gorgeous, glorious 2008 release, Dear Science, which proved to be a breakout release. It was named album of the year by Rolling Stone, Spin, The Guardian, Pitchfork, Entertainment Weekly, MTV and NPR. Touring behind the album, the group sold out a year's worth of live shows across the world. On ‘Nine Types of Light’, the group takes distorted guitars, sauntering and reverberating bass, a drum beat that is just the slightest bit off-center and the result is tracks like "Will Do" which starts out with wind chimes before giving away to that trademark buzz, with Tunde singing about the yearning for his ungovernable, unrequited love of another. "I think the songs on this album, to me, maybe sound simpler" Tunde says. "But it just might be that we have gotten better at what we do."