Laraaji and Nelson Patton feature on the improvisational artist's next LP, out in September.
The improvisational artist has signed to Jagjaguwar for the follow up to his 2013 LP, Keeping A Record Of It, and debut album, 2012's Just Before Music. According to the label, MITH covers the "injustice and hope" of our current world, touching on topics such as Black Lives Matter, Standing Rock and the state of US politics.
Holley recorded the album all over the world, in places such as New York, Portugal, Oregon and his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. Laraaji, Nelson Patton, Shahzad Ismaily and the late Richard Swift are among the artists featured.
Watch the video for "I Woke Up In A Fucked-Up America."
01. I’m A Suspect
02. Back For Me
03. How Far Is Spaced Out?
04. I Snuck Off The Slave Ship
05. I Woke Up In A Fucked-Up America
06. Copying The Rock
07. Coming Back (From The Distance Between The Spaces Of Time)
08. There Was Always Water
09. Down In The Ghostness Of Darkness
010. Sometimes I Wanna Dance
Jagjaguwar will release MITH on September 21st, 2018.
Photo credit: Tim Duffy