The atmospheric synth track belonging to upcoming album, So Many Me, is now available for stream on all platforms. Along with a clip from the music video, League posted the following statement to Instagram:
“This is a big step for me, and a vulnerable one. I’m used to being a part of a team, surrounded by a cast of great musicians stepping out and being “The artist” is a new feeling.
” I’m turning 37 tomorrow and this was a record I’ve wanted to make for a half a decade, so I guess it’s time to put it out there.”
The leader and bassist of instrumental-jazz band Snarky Puppy has worked in the industry for nearly two decades, previously describing his music as a mix of “1980s soundscapes and Turkish, Moroccan and Kurdish percussion.”
Now, So Many Me promises fans a deeper look into League’s personal compositions as ‘Right Where I Fall’ hints at chilling, more experimental sounds.
The 11-track LP was put together while quarantining in a small flat in Spain. Co-produced and mixed by Nic Hard, the tracks will comprise textual vocal harmonies with percussion and synthesizer to achieve the desired new sound.
League will release his debut album through GroundUP Music on the 25th of June.
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