Gruff Rhy releases his new album Seeking New Gods through Rough Trade Records. This is Gruff's seventh solo album. Seeking New Gods was recorded following a US tour with his band and mixed in LA with superstar producer Mario C (Beastie Boys). The album concept was originally driven to be the biography of a mountain, Mount Paektu (an East Asian active volcano). However, as Gruff's writing began to reflect on the inhuman timescale of a peak's existence and the intimate features that bring it to mythological life, both the songs and the mountain became more and more personal.
Gruff Rhy releases his new album Seeking New Gods through Rough Trade Records. This is Gruff's seventh solo album. Seeking New Gods was recorded following a US tour with his band and mixed in LA with superstar producer Mario C (Beastie Boys). The album concept was originally driven to be the biography of a mountain, Mount Paektu (an East Asian active volcano). However, as Gruff's writing began to reflect on the inhuman timescale of a peak's existence and the intimate features that bring it to mythological life, both the songs and the mountain became more and more personal.
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Seeking New Gods
Artist: Gruff Rhys
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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DISC: 1

1. Mausoleum of My Former Self
2. Canít Carry On
3. Loan Your Loneliness
4. Seeking New Gods
5. Hiking in Lightning
6. Holiest of the Holy Men
7. The Keep
8. Everlasting Joy
9. Distant Snowy Peaks

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Gruff Rhy releases his new album Seeking New Gods through Rough Trade Records. This is Gruff's seventh solo album. Seeking New Gods was recorded following a US tour with his band and mixed in LA with superstar producer Mario C (Beastie Boys). The album concept was originally driven to be the biography of a mountain, Mount Paektu (an East Asian active volcano). However, as Gruff's writing began to reflect on the inhuman timescale of a peak's existence and the intimate features that bring it to mythological life, both the songs and the mountain became more and more personal.