Tame Impala has been becoming a music industry anomaly like a rock act that can sell out arenas and rake in 1.6 billion total on-demand streams, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data all without releasing a new project in a half-decade.
If Parker is appearing to live like a rock star, he has never quite considered himself one. Shy, introspective and prone to perfectionism.
He is writing, recording, performing, producing and mixing all Tame Impala material on his own, often holed up in his other home studio just outside of Perth, Australia, one of the most remote cities in the world.
Tame Impala Announce New Album The Slow Rush
The Slow Rush is one of the upcoming fourth studio album by Australian musical project Tame Impala, scheduled to be released on 14 February 2020.
It was announced in a video uploaded to its official website. You can following the 2015 album Currents and the 2019 singles Patience and Borderline, with the latter serving as the first single from the album.
Tame Impala has announced a new album.
In October 2019, a video appeared on the band’s website, and on 25 October, the video was extended to announce the title of the album and release year.
The video features are Parker in the recording studio as well as snippets of unreleased music. Borderline would appear on the album in a reworked updated form, jokingly referring to the single release as the old Borderline upon the release of the album.
When the band is posted a mysterious teaser video on it is website earlier this week. The clip is showed frontman Kevin Parker in the recording studio.
A longer teaser, which is including the album title and release year, appeared on the band’s site overnight.
Since releasing Currents, Tame Impala have kept plenty busy. Parker collaborated with numerous artists are including Lady Gaga and Mark Ronson, Theophilus London, and ZHU. This year, the new singles and Patience and Borderline. They are performed on Saturday Night Live and headlined Coachella.