Based on “Patience” and “Borderline,” the pair of new songs Tame Impala released earlier this year, it looked like the group would release a new album by the summer. However, this has never happened, and recently the group has announced that The Slow Rush will be released in February. Now Kevin Parker and Company have shared the latest flavor of the new album “Posthumous Forgiveness”.
In the six-minute song Parker sings about his father, who died in 2009 at 61 years of skin cancer. Parker recently shared his tense relationship with his father in a Rolling Stone interview. His father and mother separated when he was four years old. Later, he separated from Parker’s stepmother and came back with his mother, only to suffer another fall. Parker seems to be dealing with the divorce in the song as he sings, “You were looking for a cover / doin like everyone else / Fallin & # 39; with a lover / You did not know that I would suffer / What a find / It was time to recover / Go on with each other / Just a boy and a father / What I would give for another. “
In the meantime, Parker has already talked about why The Slow Rush did not come out the way it was before last summer. […] But I wanted to get it out for the US summer or something. That feels right, you know? […] It was possible in my head, but now it feels a lot better. Things have become so much more creative for me, with the music and everything. It would have been hurry if it had been earlier. “
Listen to “Posthumous forgiveness” above.
The Slow Rush will be released on 14.02.2020 via Modular. Pre-order here.
Source:: Daily Times