Luke Temple
Out September 13th, 2019 Buy

With his band Here We Go Magic, solo project Art Feynman, and eponymous work, Luke Temple has explored a universe of experimental folk-pop for over a decade. His latest album, Both-And, finds the songwriter dealing with the passage of time, inspired by the Buddhist concept of non-permanence and the landscapes of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley and California's West Marin. Songs move with unpredictability and weightlessness, pausing in moments of bliss and wonder. "Temple's almost riddle-esque lyrics are further emphasized by dreamlike, surreal instrumentation—hazily changing and fleeting like time itself," says Consequence of Sound. The collection sees release on Native Cat Recordings.

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