Of Montreal are putting together a retrospective documentary called Song Dynasties by seeking funding help on Kickstarter (you’ve got two weeks to pledge at least a dollar if you want), and they’re releasing exclusive, rare gems for donators listening pleasure. Because this is the internet, these songs are now available for you to check out too – listen to “Dumb Acre,” apparently one of the band’s first songs ever, in which they sound like a couple of fresh-faced garage-popping hippies (the chorus goes “happiness and love!”). Visualize the accompanying blurry VHS video with plenty of sun flare. Check it out.
Check Out: Of Montreal – “Dumb Acre”
The former GIRLS frontman delivers his second solo album since his band’s dissolution.
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She plays an “earth goddess-like” narrator in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Thomas Pynchon adaptation.
Stream the band’s ninth record via iTunes radio.
Stream the band’s not-really-all-that-surprising third LP.
Both records are out now, also.
Their ninth studio record and first since 2010’s Write About Love.