On their ambitious 2010 debut ‘Innerspeaker’, Tame Impala brought the classic sounds of 60s psychedelic rock back to the mainstream.
Kevin Parker (and his clones) offered up a colourful and creative home performance, in support of his new album, “The Slow Rush”.
The Australasian will pay tribute to those working at the frontline fighting COVID-19 and servicemen and women from Down Under.
Kevin Parker suggests fans are best to wear headphones to absorb the music.
The Kevin Parker-fronted outfit say the partnership will help them “reduce the environmental footprint of touring and help fight climate change”.
Both the new tracks also feature on Tame Impala's new album, 'The Slow Rush', which is out now.
Ahead of releasing his new album 'The Slow Rush', Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker has released a new music video for his recent single, ‘Lost In Yesterday’.
The new track also features on Tame Impala's new album, 'The Slow Rush', which is set for release on 14 February.
Tame Impala have gifted fans with a new single before the year’s end titled, ‘Posthumous Forgiveness’ off their forthcoming album ‘The Slow Rush’.
Tame Impala are set to play their first UK show after the release of their fourth album, 'The Slow Rush', on 14 February.
Along with confirming the new album, he also debuted a new track, appropriately titled, ‘It Might Be Time’.
Tame Impala’s ‘Lonerism’ is a grand experiment in psychedelic pop, paired with eloquent, introspective lyricism.
In its quest for a fresh start, Tame Impala’s ‘Currents’ reveals layers of hope, uncertainty and anxiety beneath its warm, inviting surface.
The Australian psych-pop band will kick off in North America starting on 26 July in Toronto.
‘Borderline’ picks up where ‘Currents’ left off, embracing a more dance-pop sound and experimenting with sweeping synths and disco basslines.