(%Zippyshare%) Tame Impala The Slow Rush Album Download Zip File ! The Slow Rush is the upcoming fourth studio album by Australian musical project Tame Impala, scheduled to be released on 14 February 2020. It was announced in a video uploaded to their official website, and follows the 2015 album Currents and the 2019 singles "Patience" and "Borderline", with the latter serving as the first single from the album.
The Slow Rush, Tame Impala’s fourth studio album, is set to land with us on February 14 – almost like a Valentine’s Day gift from Kevin Parker himself – and it feels like it’s him at his absolute best.
Track list (Standard):
1. "One More Year" 5:22
2. "Instant Destiny" 3:13
3. "Borderline" 4:34
4. "Posthumous Forgiveness" 6:06
5. "Breathe Deeper" 6:12
6. "Tomorrow’s Dust" 5:26
7. "On Track" 5:01
8. "Lost in Yesterday" 4:09
9. "Is It True" 3:58
10. "It Might Be Time" 4:33
11. "Glimmer" 2:08
12. "One More Hour" 7:13
Coming in five years after the drop of 2015’s Currents, it’s clear that Kevin has explored every facet of psychedelic rock like a gemologist with their best loupe, narrowing in on all the imperfections that makes a it refract light and create enchanting shapes and colours.
Sonically, it’s an absolute mindfuck – sounds and vocals swirl around your head like a psychedelic watercolour. Kevin Parker has created a world that’s totally immersive and envelops you in a complex and intricate sound, manipulating the space between your eardrums into one big trippy, fluid mess.
It’s almost like the ASMR of psych rock albums – his voice carries from side to side, surrounding you in his dreamy melodies, while synths snake through your ears and around your brain, and a simple beat keeps things driving along. I highly recommend you listen with the best noise-cancelling headphones that you can get your hands on.
The singles we’ve already heard like ‘Borderline’, ‘It Might Be Time’, and ‘Lost In Yesterday‘ fit so neatly into The Slow Rush; they’re beautiful on their own but as soon as they’re fit into the whole album, it’s like a perfect weave of the trippiest, multicoloured tapestry, or like one of those gradient jigsaw puzzles – once complete it’s equal parts stunning and absolutely mind bending.
In listening through the album cover to cover, you can almost picture the visuals that Kev is working towards for the band’s live shows. Closing your eyes, the music almost paints its own picture right behind your eyelids.
I don’t think I have legitimate synaesthesia, but this album is throwing out colours harder and faster than Jackson Pollock on a good day.
The Slow Rush truly is the perfect title for Tame Impala’s latest offering, because that’s the feeling it’s pulling me through. Like a king tide rising up from the ocean, it comes in waves and Kev’s masterful work pushes and pulls you into different states of bliss.
And much like the encroaching tide, Tame Impala’s king tide has come back to our shores, washing up some serious psychedelic treasures from the depths. They’re physically returning to Australian sands this year as well, with a solid arena tour locked in over April.
Tame Impala will release a new album called The Slow Rush in 2020. The band announced the news in a teaser video that was posted to their official website. The clip contains a snippet of a new song alongside some behind-the-scenes recording footage. It’ll be their follow-up to 2015’s Currents.
Bandleader Kevin Parker admitted that the album was delayed earlier this year after they released two singles, “Patience” and “Borderline” and performed on Saturday Night Live.
No other info is available about The Slow Rush at this time, but at least it’s now officially on the way!