After a busy summer hitting the North American arena and festival circuit, Tame Impala has returned to teasing their latest album campaign to follow up 2015’s pop/psych-rock masterpiece Currents. The Australian band led by Kevin Parker has shared a mysterious new video to their website, allowing fans to presume they’ve picked up where they left off on the promotion ahead of the still-untitled album project’s potential 2019 arrival.

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As NME reports, the band’s official website now features a short video with shots of a visible sound wave on some recording tech and Parker in a recording studio setting. The video is mostly a loop of the same few shots, and there’s no added audio other than the annoying sound of grainy air.

Tame Impala had started to build towards what will be their fourth studio album back in the spring with the releases of “Patience” in March and “Borderline” in April. The band also showcased the new material during their appearance on Saturday Night Live in late March.

The band recently wrapped their run of North American fall tour dates, but have no concerts planned in the coming months.

Screenshots From Tame Impala Teaser