Kim Gordon announces second album

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Kim Gordon, the former singer of Sonic Youth, releases a new single entitled “ BYE “.

Kim Gordon is preparing her second solo album. On Tuesday, the former Sonic Youth singer unveiled her solo track “ BYE » and announced the release of his second album, The CollectiveMarch 8.

I’ve waited so long to share this song and video with you all. It was made with love and pleasureGordon said on Instagram on Tuesday. I hope you will like it. I love you Kim. »

The music video features Gordon’s daughter, Coco Gordon Moore, running through a suburban town, stopping at a phone booth and a liquor store before writing her name into a tree and cutting herself hair in a motel.

Besides ” BYE “, the album contains singles such as ” Trophies “, ” Psychedelic Orgasm “, ” The Believers ” And ” Dream Dollar “. The album was produced by Justin Raisen with assistance from Anthony Paul Lopez.

This new album follows his first solo album, No Home Recordreleased in 2019, which contained the songs “ Murdered Out “, ” AirBnB ” And ” Don’t Play It “.

She released a collaborative album with Loren Connors called At Issue in 2022. She also released four projects with Body/Head between 2013 and 2018, including The Switch.

Snail Mail spoke to WECB last year of Gordon’s impact on her career, calling her ” true artistic genius » : « Kim Gordon is just effortlessly cool. It can be monotonous and it can be very expressive, and both types of presentations are truly unique. You can’t listen to Kim Gordon sing without being a little intimidated. The fact that she’s not a trained musician is really cool to me. »


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