Tame Impala has released a new single off their upcoming LP, The Slow Rush, this time another slow-burner of a vibe called "Posthumous Forgiveness".
In the six-minute song Parker sings about his father, who died in 2009 at 61 years of skin cancer.
Tame Impala will release new album "The Slow Rush" on February 14th. Parker recently shared his tense relationship with his father in a Rolling Stone interview. Later, he separated from Parker's stepmother and came back with his mother, only to suffer another fall. That feels right, you know?
"The way the song ended up sounding is the last thing I thought it would sound like", Parker explained to Zane Lowe of Apple Music's Beats 1. It would have been hurry if it had been earlier.
New song "Posthumous Forgiveness" is online now, a song about loss and longing that dwells on a tender Kevin Parker vocal.
The Slow Rush will be available in four different heavyweight double disc vinyl formats: standard black, forest green (limited edition at all retailers), red/blue (indie retail exclusive), and splatter (Tame Impala webstore exclusive).