Mexican Summer is releasing the LP on June 12th.
Arriving June 12th, the ten-track LP features appearances from Michael Lovett (Metronomy), Carlos Niño and Gambian kora player Salieu Suso, plus vocals from Felicia Douglass and Kristin Slipp. In addition to electronic instrumentation, the album includes live guitar, acoustic piano and live drumming from Shornstein.
He says, "This record navigates the times we live in. A response to cultural pressures and social norms. In these controversial times, I am asking questions and creating lyrical reminders. The lyrics are a daily meditation. Sentiments to revisit over and over again as our lives ebb and flow.
This album is about time, stillness and peace within."
Just last week, the New York-based artist released On Hold, a charity album benefiting Food Bank for New York City.
Listen to "Warmth In The Coldest Acre."
01. Existential Celebration
02. Warmth In The Coldest Acre
03. Is It Right?
04. Fanfare for 7.83 Hz
05. Change In Real Time
06. The People
07. Rhythm Research
10. A Beautiful Silence Prevails
Mexican Summer will release Waking Hours on June 12, 2020.