Ooooh new dirty projectors then?


#121

Reckon i wouldnt bother if it was business as usual but v intrigued by new lineup and songs.


#122

vaguely considering it. at the moment don’t think I’m willing to pay £30 though


#123

Very interested to hear new songs. The last album didn’t really gel with me so much (I flit between being entertained and annoyed by the absurd amounts of personal detail and bitterness on show)


#124

That Getty Address show was absolutely fantastic


#125

can’t see the point without Amber being involved.

yeah I know it’s his band and they were around for ages before she joined, but their best stuff is clearly Rise Above through to Swing Lo (last one was rubbish).


#126

#127

‘what is the time’ is such a longstreth song title


#128

#129

Damnnnn Break-Thru is seriously catchy!


#130

Quite nice, but not quite the glorious return to form I was hoping for after the teaser.

All those guests sound good, although it says Haim are featured but then don’t seem to be on any of the tracks?


#131

sounds like dave doing a remix for vampire weekend

it’s great tho, video is inspired


#132

Liking the new song


#133

Oh this is good! I was sort of expecting something shit. Not sure why, since I quite liked the last album…


#134

alright, i’m in love with this. dave is back, guys.


#135

feel like my enjoyment of this new song will be pretty context dependent. can equally see it being on a great or terrible album. it’s pretty fun and silly, and more in the spirit of dirty projectors than the last record which could have been released as a Longstreth solo album


#136

weren’t some members of vampire weekend in dirty projectors at some point?


#137

#138

Back to Bitte Orca style and who can blame him? knotty and hooky and great


#139

This is the most i’ve enjoyed a DP album since Bitte Orca.


#140

anyone got any hot takes on Lamp Lit Prose then?

I’ve listened to it twice and found it quite enjoyable, but it seems a bit safe to me.