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Yeasayer - Amen And Goodbye (2016)

26-03-2016, 10:52
Top | Rock | Indie | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Title: Amen And Goodbye
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Mute
Genre: Indie Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Electronic
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 39:40 min
Total Size: 101 / 245 MB


01. Daughters of Cain
02. I Am Chemistry
03. Silly Me
04. Half Asleep
05. Dead Sea Scrolls
06. Prophecy Gun
07. Computer Canticle 1
08. Divine Simulacrum
09. Child Prodigy
10. Gerson's Whistle
11. Uma
12. Cold Night
13. Amen & Goodbye

The fourth studio album from Brooklyn-based band Yeasayer, Amen & Goodbye, will be released worldwide on April 1, 2016. To visually interpret the album, Yeasayer collaborated with renowned sculptor David Altmejd (whose artwork is a major influence on the band) to create the gatefold artwork. The teasers released prior to album announcement contained some of the sculptures Altmejd created while listening to the bands new album. This was a dream come true for the band and the full artwork is utterly spectacular. Amen & Goodbye is the follow up to 2012’s Fragrant World. Moving away from a digital-heavy approach, Yeasayer recorded Amen & Goodbye to tape at Outlier Inn Studio in upstate New York, then brought on board Joey Waronker (drummer - Atoms For Peace / Beck) to deconstruct everything to make the final document. Yeasayer offered a peek into the world of Amen & Goodbye with ‘I Am Chemistry’, the first track to be heard from their highly anticipated forthcoming album. Featuring guest vocals from the legendary folk singer Suzzy Roche of The Roches, ‘I Am Chemistry’ is a linear psychedelic journey proving Yeasayer still has the knack for writing very odd pop songs. Amen & Goodbye features Yeasayer’s trademark sound, without sounding like anything the band has done before. They have created a collection of strange fables from the Bible of a universe that does not yet exist.




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