Due out on Wild Oats this month, the record "is an ode to the earth."
Eutrophia Sevan pays tribute to the natural world, the Detroit producer explains: "This project is an ode to the earth and its plant based life forms that give us sustenance, nurturing, and knowledge through its cultivation, observation and consumption." The two-track record is Hall's first release since his 2015 album, From Joy, and it follows up on Wild Oats' other release from this year, an EP by London artist K15 called Speed Of Life.
The announcement comes a few days after Hall was acknowledged in a public ceremony for his "outstanding achievements" by the City of Detroit.
A Teacher Plant
B D.S.P. (Dear Sweet Potato)
Wild Oats will release Eutrophia Sevan in August, 2017.