Zach Gehring (of the lovable, huggable emo¬†pop band Mae) is shaking off any preconceived ideas you may have about his musical styles and influences.
Exhibit A…the album teaser:
Are those blues influences I’m hearing in there? ¬†Well played, sir. ¬†Exhibit B…first single Parallel Lines. ¬†This is a much more aggressive undertaking, a departure from the harmony-driven guitar shimmer¬†of Mae. ¬†A lot can change a man in a decade, and Gehring¬†is dipping¬†his weathered feet¬†into¬†unfamiliar streams, showing a side of himself that should pleasantly surprise his loyal fanbase.
And who doesn’t want a record with a¬†cat silkscreened onto it? ¬†$12.99 gets you the E.P. and the kitty. ¬†If you’re more of a dog lover like myself, then grab the pink & white split variant also limited to 250. ¬†Move it or lose it.
First pressing limited to 500 copies:
* Pink/White Half and Half with Black Silk-Screened Artwork on Side B (250)
* Clear with Black Silk-Screened Artwork on Side B (250)
Black and white jackets printed on uncoated stock with black and white uncoated two-sided insert. Silk-screened artwork (in black) on Side B.
This is a pre-order. All orders come with an instant download of "Parallel Lines" and a high quality digital download of Great Dismal on June 16th.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive