Tune-Yards’ new album I can feel you creep into my private life is out now. The 12 songs explore bandleader Merrill Garbus’ place in the world, and ruminate on race, politics, intersectional feminism and environmental prophecies. Next week, the band will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live and Conan.
On top of its release, the duo have shared an insightful mini-documentary following Merrill and Nate around their hometown of Oakland, US, where they discuss the themes and motivations behind the making of the record.
On I can feel you creep into my private life, Tune-Yards is oficially a duo. Garbus is joined by long-time collaborator Nate Brenner who produced and wrote the album together with lyrics by Garbus. Tune-Yards worked with a mixer Mikaelin ‘Blue’ Bluespruce. Much of the album was recorded at John Vanderslice’s new studio, Tiny Telephone Oakland, in Oakland, CA and mastered in Harlem, NY by Dave Kutch.
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