Night Lovell delivered his new album Red Teenage Melody at the stroke of midnight last night. The project possesses several of the same characteristics as his single "Contraband," which turned heads two weeks ago on account of its dark, sparkly production and Lovell's layered vocals. Many of the songs on Red Teenage Melody double Lovell's voice with one of the layers pitched-up, as if Lovell has been inhabited by some demon.

14 tracks in length, Red Teenage Melody includes features from Nessly, Wavy Drexler, Pathway Private, & Dylan Brady. Stream it below via SoundCloud and share your comments on young Lovell in the comments.