ARLO PARKS the new single “Jasmine” and in December the deluxe edition of “My Soft Machine” (Watch the video)

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Arlo Parks returns with new music, new song Jasmine and announces a deluxe version of his second album “My Soft Machine” (READ THE REVIEW).

Following the release of his debut book, THE MAGIC BORDER, and NPR Music’s recent Tiny Desk Concert, Arlo Parks has released new song “Jasmine.”

A deluxe version of his second album “My Soft Machine” will be released on December 8th, the album will contain six new songs, including the evocative cover of Jai Paul’s “Jasmine”, which Arlo Parks shares today.

Produced by labelmate Dave Okumu, “Jasmine” received approval from Jai Paul himself.
The song is accompanied by a video directed by Joel Barney and produced by Ali Raymond (Beatnik Creative), shot in New York.



Disc 1
1. Bruiseless
2. Impurities
3. Devotion
4. Blades
5.Purple Phase
6. Weightless
7. Pegasus (ft. Phoebe Bridgers)
8. Dog Rose
9. Puppy
10. I’m Sorry
11. Room (red wings)
12. Ghosts

Disc 2
2. I’m Sorry (ft. Lous and The Yakuza)
3. Blades (ft. redveil)
4. Devotion (Acoustic)
5. Pegasus (Acoustic)
6. Holding On



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