Antlers frontman Peter Silverman releases his first proper solo album. The album is sparse and minimal. As writing neared completion, Peter linked up with friend and collaborator, Nicholas Principe, to record at his People Teeth studio in Saugerties, NY. Together, they carved out a sacred sonic space, elongating the distance between notes, between chords, utilizing minimal arrangements to allow breathing room. With the help of mix engineer Andrew Dunn, they repeatedly ran tracks through aged tape until the songs themselves decayed. Impermanence illustrates our uncertain world, where everything and everyone is a temporary participant. It provides no remedy for the unpredictable, but instead offers another way to think about changing circumstances.
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