Fruit Bats - Tripper (new album / MP3s)

by PopMatters Staff

21 July 2011

 

Fruit Bats
Tripper
(Sub Pop)
Releasing: 2 August 2011

Eric D. Johnson conceived of the fifth Fruit Bats album as less of a group effort and more of a solitary approach, even though he brought a full live band into the LA recording sessions produced by Thom Monahan, who has worked extensively with Vetiver. Sub Pop describes the new record as “a bittersweet meditation on hitting the road, leaving the familiar behind and reinventing yourself, is a reinvention itself”.

01 Tony the Tripper
02 So Long
03 Tangie and Ray
04 Shivering Fawn
05 You’re Too Weird
06 Heart Like an Orange
07 Dolly
08 The Banishment Song
09 The Fen
10 Wild Honey
11 Picture of a Bird

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