The Moldy Peaches—the duo of Adam Environmentally friendly and Kimya Dawson—have announced a reissue of their debut self-titled album. It’s out August 10 through Tough Trade. It’s acquiring pressed on pink vinyl and comes with a reward 7″ single of “County Fair” b/w “Rainbows.” It’s also coming out on CD. The artwork, underneath, has been a little bit current. The album options “Anyone Else But You,” which was prominently utilised in the 2007 Oscar-successful film Juno.
“It’s been 17 yrs since this was last introduced and we are placing it out all over again just in time to capitalize on the acceptance of Juno,” the band joked in a assertion.“We determined to ignore Barbara Walters’ tips when she advised us to strike when the iron was warm, and made a decision to hold out until finally the iron had come to be properly tepid. As soon as a Moldy Peach, always a Moldy Peach.”
Both equally artists went on to pursue solo occupations. Dawson introduced a sequence of solo records and collaborated with Aesop Rock as the Uncluded. In latest years, Environmentally friendly has been building movies, together with a wild new music video for Father John Misty’s “Total Amusement For good.” Examine Pitchfork’s interview with Eco-friendly about the video’s generation.