Jeff and Spencer Tweedy’s new record isn’t due for two more months, but nearly half of the “solo album performed by a duo” is here for early spins. It’s called Sukierae, written by the Wilco frontman and conceived “from the very beginning” with his son on drums as the tunes took shape. Each cut so far delivers solid results, from the settled, Sunday afternoon number “Wait For Love” to the very Whole Love-esque “I’ll Sing It.” Their most recent preview, “Diamond Light Pt. 1,” stands out most, though, as a decidedly weirder reminder of the elder Tweedy’s YHF deconstructions. Father-son regardless, they’re a good band, team, duo, or whatever, etc. Hear all four below. The understated “Summer Noon” is a personal favorite.