Come April 3rd, there will be a giant handlebar mustache-sized hole in the heart of Williamsburg, after LCD Soundsystem play their farewell show at MSG and hang up their cowbells for good. But thankfully, hipsters won't have to suffer the indignity of sitting around crocheting bike seat covers to year-old chillwave cassettes: TV On The Radio announced that they will release their fourth album, Nine Types of Light, on April 12th.

The band released the first single from the new album this week, "Will Do," which shows them moving even farther from the sprawling, muscular guitar sound of Return to Cookie Mountain toward more soulful, twinkling type songs (you can listen here). They also announced new tour dates, including a show on April 13 at Radio City Music Hall. You can also see the album artwork here.

One of the most successful Brooklyn bands of the last decade, the five-person group are returning from a year-long break, during which they pursued solo projects and caught up on their laundry. Their last album, 2008's Dear Science, was named album of the year by a host of critics, including Rolling Stone, Spin, Entertainment Weekly and MTV. You can check out our interviews with guitarist/singer Kyp Malone here and here. And below is our favorite clip of the band, performing the monstrous "Wolf Like Me" on Letterman a few years ago: