Released April 1, 2016. Psychopomp Tracklist. After we finished recording I moved to New York and sat on the album for a couple months and just felt like it needed an update. I reached out to an old college friend Ned Eisenberg, to help mix it. Ned wound up with taking on more of a producer role and we started to really have fun pulling apart the songs again and adding samples and synths. Ned is a super talented sound detective and pianist
Psychopomp is the debut studio album by Japanese Breakfast, the solo musical project of Michelle Zauner of Little Big League. The album was released in the . through Yellow K Records on April 1, 2016, and internationally through Dead Oceans on September 19, 2016. Prior to her solo project, Michelle Zauner fronted the Philadelphian emo band, Little Big League. Zauner fronted the band between 2011 and 2014, before returning to her hometown of Eugene, Oregon in 2013
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Psychopomp came together that year in rural Eugene, where Zauner revamped songs from her previous lo-fi releases under the name Japanese Breakfast. In collaboration with musician Ned Eisenberg, she pushed them beyond their original scrappy basement confines into shimmering gems. If Zauner's palette has largely softened, her subject matter hasn't, even though only two songs here deal specifically with the death of her mother. Nevertheless, Psychopomp bites harder when Zauner lets you feel the weight of her pain. She turns the lens on herself on "Jane Cum," the record's most hopeless, cathartic moment, where the starry shimmer slips away, and heavy, staticky storms envelop her yearning voice.
Japanese Breakfast – Psychopomp. Michelle Zauner finds the sweet spot between emotionally forward songwriting and instrumentally rich indie pop. by Nina Corcoran. It has to target interesting topics, it has to win your heart after those initial listens, and it has to get you to sing along months later, a point at which most pop listeners turn the dial for something new. Most importantly, reputable pop must phrase its contents in a way that’s entirely original. Michelle Zauner does that with her official full-length debut as Japanese Breakfast, Psychopomp.
Artist: Japanese Breakfast. Genre: Indie Pop. Released: 2016. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless. Indie Pop, Album, CD. Related Posts. Japanese Breakfast – Soft Sounds From Another Planet (2017).
Album · 2016 · 9 Songs. Zauner’s voice slices through the heady textures in a way that adds weight to her lyrics, which grapple frankly with life’s more grueling moments. On the starlit Heft, she stares down the prospect of losing loved ones, while the jittery duet Everybody Wants to Love You fast-forwards through a relationship’s timeline, from the first encounter to breakfast-in-bed demands