The Raincoats’ bassist, Gina Birch, has introduced her debut solo album. It’s titled I Play My Bass Loud and can arrive February 24 by way of Third Man. Birch has shared the brand new single “Wish I Was You,” which options Thurston Moore on guitar. It additionally comes with a music video directed by Birch’s daughter Honey. Test it out under.
“The album distills my years of musical, political, and inventive life with these genre-breaking songs,” Birch mentioned in a press release. “It’s a private diary utilizing sounds and lyrics, filled with enjoyable, rage, and storytelling.”
I Play My Bass Loud spans 11 tracks in complete, together with “Want I Was You” and “Feminist Song.” The album’s title observe options extra bass by Jane Crockford (of the Modettes) and Emily Elhaj (of Angel Olsen’s band).
The Raincoats launched 4 studio albums throughout their profession, starting with their self-titled debut in 1979 and concluding with Trying within the Shadows in 1996. In 2011, they reissued their sophomore document, Odyshape.
Learn concerning the Raincoats’ Odyshape at No. 97 on Pitchfork’s record of “The 200 Best Albums of the 1980s.”
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I Play My Bass Loud:
01 I Play My Bass Loud
02 And Then It Occurred
03 Want I Was You
04 Huge Mouth
05 Pussy Riot
06 I Am Rage
07 I Will By no means Put on Stilettos
08 Dance Like a Demon
09 Digging Down
10 Feminist Tune
11 Let’s Go Loopy
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