Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen

Seeing Other People is curiously positioned as Foxygen’s most recent last-ever album. With every album the band dies; with every album the band is reborn. But unlike the last-ever Foxygen albums before it, this one seems to have a self-effacing bittersweetness to it that signifies some sort of passing; some sort of white flag. But it sounds in no way like a band giving up. It has experiments in tone and genre the likes of which we’ve not heard on a Foxygen record since....Starpower?; since 21st Century?; since Take the Kids??? You don’t need our hot take on this thing.

Foxygen

Seeing Other People

Jagjaguwar
Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen
Tape

£12.99

Released 26/04/2019Catalogue Number

JAG327CASS

Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen
CD

£9.99

Released 26/04/2019Catalogue Number

JAG327CD

Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen
LPx2

£27.99

Limited Deluxe Edition in Gatefold with Unique Art and an Additional LP of Demos.

Pink
Released 17/04/2020Catalogue Number

JAG327DLX

Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 17/04/2020Catalogue Number

JAG327LP

Foxygen

Seeing Other People

Jagjaguwar
Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen
Tape

£12.99

Released 26/04/2019Catalogue Number

JAG327CASS

Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen
CD

£9.99

Released 26/04/2019Catalogue Number

JAG327CD

Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen
LPx2

£27.99

Limited Deluxe Edition in Gatefold with Unique Art and an Additional LP of Demos.

Pink
Released 17/04/2020Catalogue Number

JAG327DLX

Album artwork for Seeing Other People by Foxygen
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 17/04/2020Catalogue Number

JAG327LP

Seeing Other People is curiously positioned as Foxygen’s most recent last-ever album. With every album the band dies; with every album the band is reborn. But unlike the last-ever Foxygen albums before it, this one seems to have a self-effacing bittersweetness to it that signifies some sort of passing; some sort of white flag. But it sounds in no way like a band giving up. It has experiments in tone and genre the likes of which we’ve not heard on a Foxygen record since....Starpower?; since 21st Century?; since Take the Kids??? You don’t need our hot take on this thing.