Johnny Marr - Fever Dreams Pts 1—4
Shimmering new double album from the one that made The Smiths good in the first place.
+ Available on a Double Limited Turquoise Vinyl pressing.
In the wake of his time leading The Healers, Marr’s solo career has given rise to three UK Top Ten albums - The Messenger (2013), Playland (2014) and 2018’s Call The Comet, and he will be returning in February with his most expansive work to date, Fever Dreams Pts 1-4. It was created during the long, uncertain period that followed the arrival of the UK’s first lockdown, when his focus was pushed into both his interior life, and evoking the emotional states of others. “It’s an inspired record, and I couldn’t wait to get in and record every day,” he says. “But I had to go inwards.”
The upcoming album reflects his multi-faceted past, but takes his music somewhere startlingly new. “There’s a set of influences and a very broad sound that I’ve been developing - really since getting out of The Smiths,” he says. “And I hear it in this record. There are so many strands of music in it. I think it’s the most ambitious solo record I’ve done.”
1. Spirit Power and Soul
3. All These Days
1. Lightning People
2. Hideaway Girl
3. Sensory Street
4. Tenement Time
1. The Speed of Love
2. Night and Day
3. Counter Clock World
1. God's Gift
3. The Whirl
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