Suicideyear arrives on Software for debut album Remembrance – hear 'Hope Building A'

Baton Rouge inventor follows up last year’s brilliant Japan mixtape.

Suicideyear will release his debut album on Daniel Lopatin’s Software Records this September.

Written and produced between Florida and Louisiana last year, the album reflects on themes of love and loss against the backdrop of the deep American south, according to the label.

Remembrance deals with letting go,” says Prudhomme. “The name stems from my attempt to accept the loss and difficulty of the past year without dwelling, instead trying to move on.”

The album “eschews a topical palette for a personal aesthetic that offers a visceral love letter to abstraction”, adds Software – make of that what you will, but first track ‘Hope Building A’ offers a clue to the record’s widescreen, richly melodic mood. See the tracklist, artwork and a handful of live dates below.

Remembrance is out on September 22. In the meantime, Suicideyear will be a guest on FACT’s weekly radio show this Friday, which goes out at 3PM ET on BBOX.


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01 I Don’t Care About Death Because I Smoke
02 Daniel
03 Caroline
04 Hope Building
05 Savior
06 U S
07 Remembrance
08 When You Sleep

Tour dates:
July 9 Webster Hall, Brooklyn, NY
July 10 Palisades, Brooklyn, NY
July 26 MoMA PS1 Warm Up, Long Island City



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