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Tomberlin - Projections

August 18, 2020

Tomberlin - Projections

Tomberlin, the Los Angeles via Lousiville, KY artist, has announced a new EP titled Projections with a Busy Philipps-directed video for its lead single "Wasted." The EP, which was produced by Alex G (Alex Giannascoli) and his bandmate Sam Acchione, continues the arc of her critically acclaimed 2018 debut, At Weddings. The rich vocal harmonies and guitar lines that made At Weddings so riveting still provide the EP's foundation, but new percussive backing and instrumental flourishes open the path forward for Tomberlin. 

Projections comes out digitally on October 16th, with a picture disc vinyl pressing following on November 13th. Pre-order here.


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