Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness - Tilt At The Wind No More [Neon Yellow LP] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Lying on the Hood of Your Car
2. Skywriting
3. Stars
4. Submarine
5. Built to Last
6. New Friends
7. Little Disaster
8. Last Rites
9. VHS
10. Nobody Tells You When You're Young
11. Smoke ; Ribbons

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1-pocket Gatefold w/ printed sleeve. 180g Neon Yellow Vinyl. Accomplished singer-songwriter Andrew McMahon continues his solo work for his project Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness with the introspective album 'Tilt At The Wind No More', teaming up with trusted collaborators and producers Tommy English (K. Flay, X Ambassadors) & Jeremy Hatcher (Harry Styles, Shawn Mendes) on the album.

The 11-song record represents a reflection of everything Andrew has learned during his music career and throughout his life so far. Though it is steeped in nostalgia and optimism for the future, above all else, Andrew wanted to make 'Tilt At The Wind No More' sound "transportive. " "I wanted people to be able to put on their headphones and hear a universe in these songs," he says. "I think we pushed hard to make this music really adventurous. We took the singer-songwriter medium and said, 'Let's dig deep and make it sound really fun and out there and wrap people up in these arrangements. It's one of the things I'm most proud of: the way it sounds. " On "Last Rites," which conjures Cure-like drum beats, Andrew pens an ode to his wife and considers how love songs evolve with long-term relationships. "These last few pandemic years, I think people's bonds have either deepened or fractured. 'Last Rites' is reflective of a connection that goes so much deeper than even I can put into words. "

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Neon Yellow