Phil Elverum has launched a brand new track known as “Big Hearth” underneath his Mount Eerie moniker. Stream it under.
A slow-burner of a monitor, “Big Hearth” finds Elverum describing the load of carrying years of emotional baggage. “Nothing however me and all this shattered wooden I’ve been pulling,” he sings over swirling instrumentation. “Right into a heap of flames and smoke, that is my life/ And by now I’ve lived lengthy sufficient to know/ That nothing’s stronger than the blow.”
“Big Hearth” seems on COLORS, a twentieth anniversary compilation from Tokyo’s 7e.p. Data that includes present artists on the label, alumni, and “tour pals.” Starting in April of final yr, 7e.p. began placing out songs from the album on a weekly foundation, and the arrival of the monitor completes the mission.
Stream COLORS under. The album is on sale by way of Bandcamp via December thirty first, 2023.
The final Mount Eerie launch was 2019’s Misplaced Knowledge Pt. 2. Elverum went on to revive The Microphones in 2020 for his or her first album in 17 years, which was adopted by the ambient Foghorn Tape.