8 May, 2020Print
Nicole Atkins Dives Into A Dream On "Mind Eraser"New Album Italian Ice Out May 29 On Single Lock Records
ATKINS’ WEEKLY "ALONE WE'RE ALL TOGETHER" LIVESTREAM SERIES CONTINUES TOMORROW NIGHT; PREVIOUS GUESTS INCLUDE DEAN WEEN, HAMILTON LEITHAUSER AND LILLY HIATT:http://smarturl.it/NatkinsFunhouse
Nicole Atkins has shared “Mind Eraser,” a new track from her upcoming album Italian Ice (May 29 / Single Lock Records) today. A groovy meditation on lucid dreaming co-written with My Morning Jacket's Carl Broemel, the string-laden song draws from a wide range of influences including Serge Gainsbourg, Radiohead and Roy Orbison. It’s a wholly distinct addition to an album that Nicole has described as "an acid trip through my record collection.”
Listen to "Mind Eraser" here: https://youtu.be/b5HK-RS9-rA
Pre-Order Italian Ice here: https://orcd.co/italianice
"Mind Eraser" follows the release of Italian Ice's radio single "Domino," which has been hailed by Pitchfork as “an apocalyptic groove" with "retro glamour" and "shades of French touch and Jessie Ware.” Rolling Stone deemed it "an excellent disco song for our troubled times." Co-produced by Nicole and Ben Tanner (Alabama Shakes), “Mind Eraser” was recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio with a dynamite band consisting of Jim Sclavunos and David “Moose” Sherman from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The Dap-Kings’ Binky Griptite, drummer McKenzie Smith (St. Vincent, Midlake), and Spooner Oldham and David Hood of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section.
Nicole will continue her "Alone We're All Together" weekly livestream series at 7PM ET tomorrow night. The series has featured a wide range of special guests through its first few weeks, including Dean Ween, Lilly Hiatt and Hamilton Leithauser (who is also one of Nicole's Italian Ice co-writers). This week's episode will feature Aaron Lee Tasjan, AJ Haynes of Seratones and Thomas Truax.
Tune in to "Alone We're All Together" here:http://smarturl.it/NatkinsFunhouse
ITALIAN ICE TRACKLIST
Never Going Home Again
Far From Home
A Road To Nowhere
These Old Roses
In The Splinters