Barely a year after the release of his previous LP Do Things, Dent May is back with his third release Warm Blanket ; a sonic oddyssey full of existential pop, psychedelic funk and odd-ball pop arrangements all recorded in a reportedly haunted Victorian house. The Mississippi songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and DIY producer has really pulled out the stops on this one, playing most of the instruments on the record, while still retaining those melodies and inventive wordplay that we love him for.
1. Turn Up The Speakers
2. Let Them Talk
3. Born Too Late
5. Corner Piece
6. Do I Cross Your Mind?
7. It Takes A Long Time
8. I'm Ready To Be Old
10. Found A Friend
11. Summer Is Over
Listen to 'Born too Late' here:
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