Chromatics Release New Vinyl-Only Camera EP



Chromatics have released a new vinyl-only EP. Camera is readily available now through Italians Do It Far better. The eight-track EP features two unreleased music: “Taste of Blood” and “Flashback to Eternally.” There are also new versions of “Magazine” (initially on Johnny Jewel’s Residence soundtrack), “Pricey Tommy,” and “Camera,” which now has vocals from Ruth Radelet. (The original “Camera,” from the 2013 Just after Dim 2 compilation, had vocals from Adam Miller.) A consultant for Chromatics explained to Pitchfork, “The Digicam EP relates to the album [Dear Tommy] equivalent to the “Just Like You” and “Shadow” 12-inches.”

Chromatics just lately said that the long-awaited Dear Tommy will arrive this autumn. They also shared a new monitor known as “Black Partitions.” In May possibly, Johnny Jewel launched Themes for Television.

Browse Pitchfork’s aspect “Into the Black: Johnny Jewel’s Dim Disco Empire.”

Camera:

01 Digicam
02 Digital camera (Vocal)
03 Digital camera (Instrumental)
04 Journal (Club Blend)
05 The Taste of Blood
06 Flashback to Forever
07 Pricey Tommy (On Film)
08 Magazine (Club Instrumental)


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