Dan Auerbach‘s band The Arcs have introduced their first album in eight years, ‘Electrophonic Persistent’.
The Black Keys frontman’s facet challenge launched their debut studio file, ‘Yours, Dreamily’, again in 2015. Its 12-track follow-up is because of arrive on January 27, 2023 through Auerbach’s personal label Straightforward Eye Sound (pre-order right here).
Immediately (October 13), The Arcs have shared the primary preview of the forthcoming challenge within the type of ‘Maintain On Dreamin”, which arrives with an animated official video by Robert “Roboshobo” Schober.
‘Electrophonic Persistent’ will even embrace the cuts ‘Heaven Is A Place’, ‘A Man Will Do Incorrect’, ‘Backstage Mess’ and ‘Love Doesn’t Stay Right here Anymore’.
The Arcs’ unique line-up – accomplished by Leon Michels, Nick Movshon, Homer Steinweiss, and the late Richard Swift (who died in 2018, aged 41) – contributed to the brand new album, per a press launch.
It was recorded between Auerbach’s Straightforward Eye Sound studio in Nashville, Electrical Girl in Manhattan, and Michels’ Diamond Mine in Queens, New York. Auerbach and Michels served as co-producers.
“This new file is all about honouring Swift,” Auerbach stated in an announcement. “It’s a manner for us to say goodbye to him, by revisiting him taking part in and laughing, singing. It was heavy at occasions, however I feel it was actually useful to do it.”
He continued: “Whether or not it was New York Metropolis or Nashville or LA or Swift’s hometown of Cottage Grove, Oregon, wherever we have been, we might at all times get within the studio collectively.
“It was our favorite factor to do. It’s uncommon that you just meet a bunch of individuals that you just click on with like that, who you immediately bond with. We have been simply having enjoyable, making sounds, making music. It…
Dan Auerbach’s band The Arcs announce first album