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Earlier in the summertime, Sufjan Stevens and Asthmatic Kitty labelmate Angelo De Augustine introduced their collaborative album, A Newbie’s Thoughts, which is about for launch on September 24. The indie-folkies additionally launched two beautiful tracks, “Attain Out” and “Olympus.” At this time, they’ve two extra for us, “Again To Oz” and “Fictional California,” the latter of which is predicated on the 2004 straight-to-DVD sequel to Convey It On, titled Convey It On Once more.
Take a look at the trippy single artwork beneath.
In an announcement, De Augustine had this to say about “Again To Oz,” which is predicated on the 1985 movie starring Fairuza Balk:
“This was a music that I had written largely at dwelling in California. We completed its lyrics after watching Return To Oz. The phrases reference an erosion of a central character’s inner actuality. A lack of innocence is the impetus for a journey to seek out interior reality. Within the movie, Dorothy returns to the world of Ozto seek out its panorama in ruins and its residents frozen in stone. Solely she will be able to discover the ruby slippers and return peace to Oz. Solely we are able to save ourselves, however we first have to recollect who we really are.”
“Angelo is usually identified for his intimate dwelling recordings; his music is quiet and confessional/ So for ‘Again To Oz,’ we determined to go for one thing flashier. The music has a enjoyable guitar groove, so we gave it some bass and drums, and Angelo even recorded his first electrical guitar solo. It’s a tragic music — being largely about disillusionment — but it surely has an awesome celebration vibe too.”
Take a look at each singles above.
A Newbie’s Thoughts is out 9/24 through Asthmatic Kitty. Pre-order it right here.