At this point, there's a good chance you've gotten to listen to Alt-J's new album This Is All Yours. They started by introducing it to the wild in a quite-unique manner: on an app that could only be used while sitting in specific parks.
Flash forward a week or so, and the album is now up and streaming in various places (not to mention available for purchase). Of it's 13-14 tracks, early singes "Left Hand Free," "Every Other Freckle" and "Hunger Of The Pine" were certainly the clear "standalones," whereas many of the others act more as participants in a broader flow.
I've struggled to flag a fourth single, but the closest I can land on is "Nara." It feels considerably longer than the others, but therein lies a lot of the reward.
If you haven't yet, grab your copy of the album here.
(Stream via SoundOwl).