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Several Songs About Fire
Display Artist
A. Savage
Rough Trade
Catalogue Number
Release Date
6 oktober 2023


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  • Deluxe Purple Vinyl + Exclusive Signed Print:

    • Several Songs About Fire Vinyl, 1×LP, Special Edition Purple Vinyl in Deluxe Tip-On Sleeve

    • Several Songs About Fire - Signed Print Afdruk

    • + WAV / FLAC
    • Limited Edition Purple Vinyl LP
    • Deluxe Tip-On Sleeve
    • Signed Art Print designed by A. Savage (11 x 22", folded)
    • WAV/ FLAC album download

    Verkrijgbaarbaar: 6 oktober 2023

Pre-order A. Savage's new album on Purple Vinyl LP in a Deluxe Tip-On Sleeve, bundled with a Signed Art Print and a very limited repress of his first album, Thawing Dawn.

“I imagine myself playing these songs in a small club that is slowly burning,” says A. Savage of his second solo record, Several Songs about Fire. After more than a decade in New York, the co-frontman of Parquet Courts has left the city, marking his exit with a masterpiece of maturity and a worthy corollary to his first solo venture, 2017’s Thawing Dawn. “Fire is something you have to escape from. This album is a burning building, and these songs are things I’d leave behind to save myself.”

Produced by John Parish on a 1” 16-track in just ten days in Bristol and studded by the support of Cate Le Bon and Jack Cooper (Modern Nature, Ultimate Painting) as well as saxophonist Euan Hinshelwood (Cate Le Bon), drummer Dylan Hadley (Kamikaze Palm Tree, White Fence), and violinist Magdalena McLean (Caroline), Savage’s outsize gifts as a lyricist and observer – a quality Parish calls “an emotional openness guarded by a laconic wit" – shine. Worrying questions of wealth and poverty, self and other, Savage displays the poet’s gift of knowing when to narrate and when to vanish, leaving the listener to their own emotional privacy rather than instructing them how to feel.

The end result is tantamount to psychic odyssey, with “Elvis in the Army” placing us in a subterranean venue where the livid, ratifying cymbal raises the room’s blood pressure and “Mountain Time”, evoking an austere waltz playing in a desolate house, returning those listening to life. Influenced by Sybille Baier and Townes Van Zandt, Savage joins a canon of songwriters constantly dilating aperture and perspective. In rendering the signage of laundromats and threats of debt collectors as glistering and totemic as the scope of mountains, rivers, seas, and skies, Savage finds hopes and curses in equal measure.

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