Terri Loewenthal
March 16, 2015 at 04:23 PM EDT

San Francisco indie outfit Vetiver’s been putting out albums for just over a decade now, refining a sound that draws as much from mellow ’70s singer-songwriters as their jangly contemporaries. Complete Strangers, the group’s seventh album, finds group mastermind Andy Cabic and his rotating cast of collaborators working in more electronic sounds, a little more Graceland-era Paul Simon, and quite a bit more smoothed-out funk.

Complete Strangers drops March 24 on the Easy Sound Recording Co., but EW has an exclusive first look at the complete album.

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