Phosphorescent – Song for Zula


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By mixing indie-folk with synthesizers, Mathew Houck, the brainchild of Phosphorescent, has created something truly special here – unearthly and spellbinding – that sounds like nothing at the moment. With drum machines, violins, beautiful keyboard play and heartfelt vocals, I suspect that “Song For Zula” could well become one of next year’s biggest indie songs, as well as a fascinating new direction for Phosphorescent.The new album Muchacho will be out in march next year, you can catch the track list below:

Muchacho Tracklist

  1. “Sun, Arise! (An Invocation, An Introduction)”
  2. “Song for Zula”
  3. “Ride On/Right On”
  4. “Terror in the Canyons (The Wounded Master)”
  5. “A Charm/ A Blade”
  6. “Muchacho’s Tune”
  7. “A New Anhedonia”
  8. “The Quotidian Beasts”
  9. “Down to Go”
  10. “Sun’s Arising (A Koan, An Exit)”

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