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Mount Eerie Announces Ocean Roar, Check Out "Pale Lights"

By: Spacelab Research Staff
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June 14, 2012

Mount Eerie, a.k.a. Phil Elverum, works in a self-built studio he calls The Unknown. It was built in an old church in Anacortes, Washington, and from that sacred place he's created not on but two albums, titled Clear Moon and Ocean Roar (I'm sensing an outdoor vibe here). He released Clear Moon earlier this year, and is ready to release Ocean Roar on September 4. Check out an excerpt of the song “Pale Lights” above, and a list of Mount Eeerie tour dates. The press release is saying: "Ocean Roar is perhaps more experimental than the average album. Calling these things “songs” only loosely applies. These are closer to studies in sound, attempts to alter the way the brain experiences its surroundings after being subjected to endless chords, repeating note flurries, stretched drones. It’s “psychedelic” in same way as seasickness or vertigo. Warmth and distortion, burning driftwood, 9 months of rain."


Mount Eerie - Ocean Roar Track List

1. Pale Lights
2. Ocean Roar
3. Ancient Times
4. instrumental
5. Waves
6. Engel Der Luft (Popol Vuh)
7. I Walked Home Beholding
8. instrumental

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