Album artwork for Daniel by Real Estate
Album artwork for Daniel by Real Estate

Real Estate’s sixth full-length album Daniel was recorded in an ebullient nine-day spree at RCA Studio A, in Nashville with Grammy-winning producer and songwriter Daniel Tashian (Kacey Musgraves). In 11 compulsively tuneful songs, they connect the uninhibited wonder of their earliest work with the earned perspective of adulthood. 

Several days into recording, all five members of Real Estate were discussing album titles when someone suggested “Daniel,” simply because it seemed funny to bestow a human name upon a record. Was it for Daniel Tashian? Maybe. Was it a nod to The Replacements’ Tim? Possibly. Was it the sign of a band that has now been around long enough to take its music seriously without taking itself or its perception too seriously? Absolutely.

Real Estate

Daniel

Domino
Album artwork for Daniel by Real Estate
LP

£23.99

Black
Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

WIGLP529

Album artwork for Daniel by Real Estate
LP +

£26.99

Silver
Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

WIGLP529X

Album artwork for Daniel by Real Estate
CD

£10.99

Capacity Wallet with Artwork Poster Insert

Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

WIGCD529

Real Estate

Daniel

Domino
Album artwork for Daniel by Real Estate
LP

£23.99

Black
Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

WIGLP529

Album artwork for Daniel by Real Estate
LP +

£26.99

Silver
Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

WIGLP529X

Album artwork for Daniel by Real Estate
CD

£10.99

Capacity Wallet with Artwork Poster Insert

Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

WIGCD529

Real Estate’s sixth full-length album Daniel was recorded in an ebullient nine-day spree at RCA Studio A, in Nashville with Grammy-winning producer and songwriter Daniel Tashian (Kacey Musgraves). In 11 compulsively tuneful songs, they connect the uninhibited wonder of their earliest work with the earned perspective of adulthood. 

Several days into recording, all five members of Real Estate were discussing album titles when someone suggested “Daniel,” simply because it seemed funny to bestow a human name upon a record. Was it for Daniel Tashian? Maybe. Was it a nod to The Replacements’ Tim? Possibly. Was it the sign of a band that has now been around long enough to take its music seriously without taking itself or its perception too seriously? Absolutely.