Amen Dunes, aka the undertaking of Los Angeles’ Damon McMahon, has a brand new music out that includes UK post-punk crew Sleaford Mods. Titled “Really feel Nothing,” the observe was recorded with superproducer Ariel Rechtshaid. It’s the primary new music from McMahon since his 2018 LP Freedom, not counting the 2019 remix McMahon did of “L.A.” that includes British singer-songwriter Westerman. A rhythmic, progressively increasing minimize, “Really feel Nothing” additionally options synths by Freedom collaborator Panoram and a vocal duet by Sleaford Mods’ Jason Williamson and McMahon.
Likewise, it was introduced in the present day that McMahon has been signed to Sub Pop Worldwide. In a extremely complimentary evaluation of Freedom, which he known as “one of many yr’s greatest indie-rock data, Steven Hyden stated: “Freedom is each an intimate singer-songwriter file and a hypnotic, star-gazing epic that positively soars with romantic uplift. What’s most placing is the sense of perpetual movement — Freedom strikes with unprecedented insistence for an Amen Dunes file. No cabin might probably include this music. McMahon hasn’t merely stepped away from seclusion and into a bigger world; he has launched himself, thrillingly, into the stratosphere… After Freedom, the sky’s the restrict for Amen Dunes.”
In a tweet, McMahon wrote, “‘Really feel Nothing,’ first music in three years, produced by @arielrechtshaid, music by @sleafordmods and Panoram is out in the present day on @subpop. Large like to them 4 & 2 all of u.”
Take heed to “Really feel Nothing” above.