Kevin Parker has released a new remix take on Tame Impala‘s 2020 studio effort, The Slow Rush, in hopes of making quarantine life a little easier for his fans.
Released late Monday evening via the band’s YouTube, The Slow Rush In An Imaginary Place delivers a fresh take on all 12 tracks which appeared on the album, including “Patience“, “Borderline“, “It Might Be Time“, “Posthumous Forgiveness“, and “Lost In Yesterday“. The brief statement also details fans should make sure to listen to the remixed audio with a pair of headphones, for the “Full immersive effect.”
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Escape the repetitive boredom of quarantine life and dive into Tame Impala’s “Imaginary Place” below–Safe travels!
Tame Impala – The Slow Rush In An Imaginary Place
[Video: Tame Impala]
The arrival of The Slow Rush last month on Valentine’s Day (2/14) marked the Australian rock band’s fourth studio effort since their debut release of InnerSpeaker in 2010. Tame Impala had planned a run of spring tour dates in Australia and New Zealand with support from dreamy psych-rockers Khruangbin scheduled for the latter half of April, but those shows have since been rescheduled for December without Khruangbin.
Head to Tame Impala’s website for an updated list of 2020 concert dates and ticket info.
I made something for all you isolators out there. I call it The Slow Rush In An Imaginary Place. Headphones required for full immersive effect. See you in there https://t.co/uq2nTit9lM pic.twitter.com/URf25XPy3V
— Tame Impala (@tameimpala) March 31, 2020