Tame Impala is a psychedelic rock band conceived by Australian multi- instrumentalist Kevin Parker. The band began as a home-recording project for Parker, who writes, records, performs, and produces the music. As a touring act, Parker (guitar, vocals) plays alongside the members of Australian psychedelic rock band. Lonerism, Tame Impala's second studio album, was released in October The album received "universal acclaim" according to Metacritic, and placed in the top 40 in Australia, Belgium, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK and the United States. The album's three supporting singles—"Elephant", "Feels Like We Only Go. Bandleader Kevin Parker expanded this sound with 's Lonerism before going full-on auteur in on the band's third album, Currents. Recorded and mixed entirely by Parker, Currents saw Tame Impala embrace synthesizers and crisp drum programming, crafting the band's most dance floor–ready music to date.
8 Oct Tame Impala's second full-length, Lonerism, will once again be compared to albums from the late s and early 70s. But the project is exciting because, by Are they really breathing new life into this form by keeping it cryogenically frozen in ideas nearly a half-century old? Tame Impala prove far more. "Eventually" is the fourth piece of music Tame Impala has teased from its forthcoming album "Currents". Tame Impala Shares New Album Details, Premieres 'Eventually': Listen. 5/7/ by Lars Brandle The track Currents is the follow-up to the group's critically-praised sophomore album Lonerism from 7 Dec Alexis Petridis: Kevin Parker located the spirit of psychedelia, without ever sounding like he was another retro recreationist.
2 Oct There's a whole hive of buzz about Tame Impala's new album, and here you can be among the first the hear it. 5 Jan The band's third LP will follow 's 'Lonerism' - which was previously crowned NME's Album of the Year. Tame Impala will release a new album later this year, it has been revealed. The follow-up to 'Lonerism' – NME's Album of the Year – has been confirmed by Consequence of Sound, who quote. 16 Jun Tame Impala On New Album 'Currents': “The More I Explore, The More I Realise Boundaries Are Meant To Be Broken” When Kevin found himself in his own world of chaos – the whirlwind success of Tame's second album 'Lonerism' and the three years he's since spent riding that psychedelic glam.