Today, Whitney shares tracks from a session at Spotify Singles, including a cover of Bob Dylan‘s “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You,” which has been a staple of the band’s recent live shows, and Light Upon The Lake standout “The Falls.”
“…he’s made the journey from spindly, insular indiepop to glorious, primary-coloured music, explicitly referencing 80s chart hits, soul, funk and disco. The contrast with Lekman.s mordant lyrics “How I prayed that I could stop the pain / When the pain needed more than ibuprofen,” he sings on “Evening Prayer,” a joyous disco stomper.
Erin Osmons (Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune, Pitchfork Review) upcoming family-authorized Jason Molina biography, Riding with the Ghost, is an in-depth look at one of the most important songwriters of the last 20 years. It features interviews with every important figure in the Molina story.
Jens Lekman will release his new album, Life Will See You Now, on February 17th via Secretly Canadian, and embark on a headline tour of North America later this month. Across three studio albums, the Swedish singer/songwriter and musician has proven not only his flair for telling very personal stories with a sharp self-awareness.
ANOHNI will release “PARADISE,” the companion EP to last year’s HOPELESSNESS, one of the most critically acclaimed and discussed albums of 2016, on March 17th via Secretly Canadian and Rough Trade. In collaboration with Oneohtrix Point Never and Hudson Mohawke, on “PARADISE,”
“It’s all tautly patient, skulking around more like a velociraptor than a pack of canines. When this beast finally attacks, after a carnival-like guitar solo, with all instruments blaring and Creevy belting out, “Now I see the beauty/ It’s necessary to give a lady love,”
Ahead of the January 20th release of Apocalipstick, Cherry Glazerr‘s first album released via Secretly Canadian, the band has shared a new music video for “Nuclear Bomb.” “Nuclear Bomb” follows two previously shared songs from the record, “Nurse Ratched” and “Told You I’d Be With Guys.
Jens Lekman has announced his new album, Life Will See You Now, due out February 17th via Secretly Canadian. Across three studio albums, the Swedish singer/songwriter and musician has proven not only his flair for telling very personal stories with a sharp self-awareness.