Posted by Grumpy

View all posts by Grumpy


Posted in: What's New | No Comments | Posted on by Grumpy

Phish’s first studio album in nearly five years, will be released on June 23 ‐ and the band will celebrate with a performance that evening on “Late Show with David Letterman.” Phish recorded the album with legendary producer Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, Lou Reed, Peter Gabriel) last fall, as the band’s 30th anniversary approached. The songs for Fuego phish fuegotook shape during a series of visits to Phish’s longtime creative hub, The Barn, a rustic, reconstructed barn‐turned‐rehearsal/recording studio located outside Burlington, Vermont. There they explored dozens of ideas, which led to a notable shift in the band’s songwriting approach. While Fuego includes tracks that individual members brought to the table in usual Phish fashion, the bulk of the material was written by all four, working together at The Barn.

2‐LP: Limited first pressing on 180g orange vinyl (packaged in a beautiful gatefold sleeve to keep your discs warm), plated and pressed by Furnace MFG with lacquers cut by Bernie Grundman Mastering. Includes a digital download of the album.

Track Listing: Fuego, The Line, Devotion To A Dream, Halfway To The Moon, Winterqueen, Sing Monica, 555, Waiting All Night, Wombat, Wingsuit



Total: No Comments