After an unintentional four year hiatus Neon Indian has finally released the long awaited VEGA INTL. Night School. Taking queues from a former project known as VEGA, Neon Indian has dropped an album that pays homage to the sounds of the early 80's with driving synths, disco beats and dubby psychedelic vibes. As Pitchfork best puts it, "Neon Indian is an inherently nostalgic project, and Palomo views the musical cross-pollination of the early '80s as unfinished business rather than something to romanticize." Closely following the album's release was the reveal of "Slumlord Rising," a eight-and-a-half epic mini movie directed by Tim Nackashi and Alan Palomo in conjunction with Yours Truly and We Transfer. The film perfectly weaves a tale of 80's night life debachery carrying over all the "night school" themes Palomo speaks to on VEGA INTL. Night School. Check it out below.