New Album From Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions’ - Until the Hunter

New Album From Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions’ – Until the Hunter

Hope Sandoval (of Mazzy Star) and Colm Ó Cíosóig (of My Bloody Valentine) have announced a new album from their project Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions. The new record, which is the duo’s first since 2009’s Through the Devil Softly, is called Until the Hunter, and it’s out November 4 via Sandoval’s own label Tendril Tales (distributed through INGrooves). Along with the announcement, they’ve shared a new song from the record, “Let Me Get There,” which is a duet with Kurt Vile. Hear it below. Scroll down for the tracklist (which includes the previously shared “Isn’t It True”) and album artwork. [Via Pitchfork]

In a press release, Kurt Vile said of the collaboration:

It was a total honor to sing along to a beautifully hypnotic soul groove with heavyweights like Hope, Colm, and all the other top notch musos. To respond to Hope’s call in song of letting her get there felt right and real and gave me chills while singing, even though I knew they already got there years before I walked in the building.

Until the Hunter:

01 Into the Trees
02 The Peasant
03 A Wonderful Seed
04 Let Me Get There
05 Day Disguise
06 Treasure
07 Salt of the Sea
08 The Hiking Sea
09 Isn’t It True
10 I Took a Sip
11 Liquid Lady

 

 

Hope Sandoval (born June 24, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter who is the lead singer for Mazzy Star and Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions.[2]Sandoval has toured and collaborated with other artists, including Massive Attack, for whom she sang “Paradise Circus” on the 2010 album Heligoland[3] and “The Spoils” on the 2016 eponymous single

Sandoval formed The Warm Inventions in 2000 and released her first solo album Bavarian Fruit Bread in 2001, which she recorded with My Bloody Valentine drummer Colm Ó Cíosóig. The album differed in terms of theme, voice, and instrumentation from that of her work with Mazzy Star. Bert Jansch plays guitar on two tracks, and the album features two covers, “Butterfly Mornings” from the film The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970) and Jesus and Mary Chain’s “Drop”.[5] The Warm Inventions released two EPs, At the Doorway Again in 2000 and Suzanne in 2002 but did not win commercial success, with one video onMTV and little radio play. Sandoval recorded a song, “Wild Roses”, for a compilation CD released by Air France, In the Air (2008).

Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions released their second album, Through the Devil Softly, on September 29, 2009.

Sandoval and her band were chosen by Matt Groening to perform at the edition of the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival he curated in May 2010 in Minehead, England. The group also played the ATP New York 2010 music festival in Monticello, New York in September 2010 at the request of film director Jim Jarmusch.