It's out on the Swede's label, Peder Mannerfelt Produktion, in November.
Out on November 16th through Peder Mannerfelt Produktion, Daily Routine examines the "intersection of rave and domestic life," according to the press release. It's his first solo full-length since 2016's Controlling Body. (Last year, he put out a collaborative LP with Malcolm Pardon as Roll The Dice.) As well as a standard digital and vinyl release, there will be 300 limited-edition vinyl records featuring artwork by longtime visual collaborator Malin Björklund.
"This is a record about nothing," said Mannerfelt. "A record without a concept or ulterior motive. Or maybe it's about everything. A vignette of all that has ever happened to me. It's also a collection of sounds. New sounds, sounds I recorded ten years ago, sounds I've found, sounds stolen from records my brother bought in London in the summer of '88. There's also Sissel Wincent (who's the coolest person I know) singing on one track."
Listen to "Temporary Psychosis."
01. Introductions & Aspirations
02. Hibernation Hyper Nation
03. Cigarettes (Eurofierceness Mix)
04. Sissel & Bass
05. Belgian Blues (Black MIDI Mix)
06. How Was Your Day? (Numb)
07. This Machine Shares Memes
08. Weighing My Brain
09. Temporary Psychosis (VIP Mix)
10. Tried It (Blue on Blue)
Peder Mannerfelt Produktion will release Daily Routine on November 16th, 2018.