Album artwork for I'm Not Here by Alex Izenberg

Like his debut, 2016’s homespun Harlequin, and its ambitious 2020 follow-up Caravan Château, Alex Izenberg’s new album I’m Not Here inhabits the shaggy, world-weary mode of artists like Harry Nilsson, John Lennon, Randy Newman, and Lou Reed.

With the help of producer Greg Hartunian, and swelling string and woodwind arrangements courtesy of Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Alex manages a paradoxical and visionary trick: he disappears completely while simultaneously revealing more of himself than ever before.

Alex Izenberg

I'm Not Here

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Album artwork for I'm Not Here by Alex Izenberg
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Released 05/20/2022Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for I'm Not Here by Alex Izenberg
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Released 05/20/2022Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for I'm Not Here by Alex Izenberg
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$28.99

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Evergreen Vinyl

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Released 05/20/2022Catalogue Number

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Alex Izenberg

I'm Not Here

Domino
Album artwork for I'm Not Here by Alex Izenberg
LP

$26.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 05/20/2022Catalogue Number

LP-WEIRD-143

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Album artwork for I'm Not Here by Alex Izenberg by I'm Not Here - Alex Izenberg
Album artwork for I'm Not Here by Alex Izenberg
CD

$14.99

Released 05/20/2022Catalogue Number

CD-WEIRD-143

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for I'm Not Here by Alex Izenberg
LP+

$28.99

Indie Exclusive

Evergreen Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 05/20/2022Catalogue Number

LP-WEIRD-143LEIEC

Like his debut, 2016’s homespun Harlequin, and its ambitious 2020 follow-up Caravan Château, Alex Izenberg’s new album I’m Not Here inhabits the shaggy, world-weary mode of artists like Harry Nilsson, John Lennon, Randy Newman, and Lou Reed.

With the help of producer Greg Hartunian, and swelling string and woodwind arrangements courtesy of Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Alex manages a paradoxical and visionary trick: he disappears completely while simultaneously revealing more of himself than ever before.