And lucky us, a two-part preview taste of Donohue's forthcoming album just hit the webs. EPD has posted his latest single, "Wish I Was 19," and the B-side is "Jazzputin," a duet with frequent Donohue collaborator Natalie Prass. The latter has a mellow and mildly sinister little rock 'n' roll progression that is nicely augmented by Prass' sweet and sly vocals, while "19" is a more straight-up dose of rollicking power-pop. It's like my buddy said: This kid's got the good shit. Give "Jazzputin" and "Wish I Was 19" a listen below, or download them for no dollars via Evan P. Donohue's Bandcamp page. And if you'd like to hear the good shit in the flesh, Mr. D. will be performing at Exit/In tonight with The Weeks, What Up English? and Orbit Funeral.