Rejoice, LCD Soundsystem will release two new songs at midnight, according to sir James Murphy in a Facebook post. The futuristic rock band recently played five nights at the new Brooklyn Steel in NYC, debuting several of the songs to the sold-out crowds. The band gave heavy instruction to prohibit use of all cell phones, so there are no records of these new tracks – however those in attendance will tell you, the listen will be worth the wait. “Call The Police” and “American Dream” will both be ready for stream tonight, according to Murphy, at “midnight (and i mean, literally, midnight. wherever you are. so, like, australia first, and so on and so forth) via the digital things that people use now on their devices.”

Murphy also provided update on the forthcoming album’s status, which he says will happen as soon as he’s able to “finish last mix > get to bob to master > get masters to pressing plant” so that a record can be produced as vinyl. “I insist that there is vinyl on the day it’s released (because… well… because i’m an old person),” he writes. This will be the band’s first release of new music since 2010.

The LCD frontman also says that there is a “LOT” of new music, and that it will be released as a “double A side.” The band will bring this new music on the road eventually, but no concrete plans have been made. Read Murphy’s update below:

The band will bring their futuristic drum circle to the storied Studio 8H at New York City’s 30 Rockefeller Plaza to serve as the musical guests for Saturday Night Live’s May 6th episode.

[photo by Chad Anderson]