Jeff Tweedy has introduced a new solo album. Heat is out November 30 through dBpm. It was created and recorded fully by Tweedy at his Chicago studio, the Loft, with his common collaborators: his son Spencer Tweedy, Glenn Kotche, and Tom Schick. Tweedy has shared the project’s 1st single “Some Birds,” accompanied by a visible directed by Seth Henrikson. Enjoy the video clip and locate the LP’s include artwork beneath. The liner notes for Heat were being penned by George Saunders. (Tweedy formerly voiced a character for Saunders’ Lincoln in the Bardo audiobook.) Study Saunders’ liner notes at The New Yorker.
In a statement, Jeff Tweedy describes “Some Birds” as currently being “like a large amount of songs on Heat, currently being a confrontation between self and shadow self concurrently feeling I’m to blame and not to blame, present and gone, and completely confused, but identified to keep another person accountable.”
The Wilco frontman is at present on a operate of solo dates and a short while ago declared his new guideLet’s Go (So We Can Get Back again): A Memoir of Recording and Discording With Wilco, And so forth. His new album follows the 2017 acoustic collection Jointly at Previous. Wilco’s last album was 2016’s Schmilco.
Revisit Pitchfork’s 2015 podcast “A Discussion With Jeff Tweedy at the Museum of Present-day Art Chicago.”