In this episode, The National's frontman talks about the unique life experiences that led to recording his latest release as a solo artist, 'Serpentine Prison.'
The new concert film will be available just in time for Thanksgiving.
‘Every time I put on Future Islands my impression of the human condition improves.’
The National frontman's hotly-anticipated solo album is out now.
The new track is the third preview of Berninger's new solo record, 'Serpentine Prison', due out on October 16.
The pair take home albums by, among others, Miles Davis, R.E.M. and indeed Booker T. and the MGs.
The song also features on The National's frontman's upcoming solo album, 'Serpentine Prison', set for release on October 16.
The compilation will go live on Friday, September 4 on Bandcamp for 24 hours only.
The sparse, pastoral song was written and produced by Swift and Jack Antonoff.
The video gives behind-the-scenes access into the making of the music video and certain Easter eggs.
Her new album's success marks Swift’s seventh consecutive No.1 entry on the Billboard 200 and 6th consecutive studio album with over 800,000 albums in the first week.
“In isolation my imagination has run wild and this album is the result, a collection of songs and stories that flowed like a stream of consciousness.”
The National frontman’s wistful single precedes his forthcoming solo debut, ‘Serpentine Prison.’
The song also features on 'Songs For Australia': a compilation album of covers by Australian acts that will benefit the fire-stricken country’s rehabilitation efforts.
The Barcelona-based festival, will take place later from 3-7 June with this year’s event marking Primavera’s 20th anniversary.