Mount Eerie has launched a brand new tune titled “Big Hearth.” It’s a part of Colours, a twentieth anniversary compilation album from Tokyo’s 7e.p. Information. Phil Elverum’s observe is the ultimate tune on the file, with different contributions by Lou Barlow, Jason Lytle, Quasi, Tara Jane O’Neil, Tim Kinsella, and extra showing earlier than it. Based on the liner notes, Elverum wrote and produced “Big Hearth” final month. Give it a hear under.
That is the primary unique tune Elverum has launched since he resurrected the Microphones for 2020’s Microphones in 2020. Earlier this yr, he additionally launched the Microphones vinyl field set Fully Every little thing, 1996–2021.
Elverum’s most up-to-date file as Mount Eerie was Misplaced Knowledge pt. 2, a 2019 collaborative LP with Julie Doiron. The 2 carried out choose materials from that album throughout an NPR “Tiny Desk Live performance” the next yr. Mount Eerie additionally coated Mirah’s “Of Strain” for a twentieth anniversary reissue of her debut album.
Learn Pitchfork’s characteristic “Mount Eerie’s Phil Elverum Begins Over, Once more.”