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HOW TO DRESS WELL

Co-produced by Joel Ford (Ford & Lopatin, Airbird), this record plays as a single continuous piece of 21st century psychedelic music and features Krell’s most bewitching sound experimentation to date. Moreover, the stories Krell sings on this record – some biographical, many from the most knotted corners of human life – are deeply personal and human(e). The Anteroom - with its blizzardous electronic noise, fragile melodies and poignant poetry - reclaims the experimental core of the HTDW project.

TRACK LISTING

1. Humans Disguised As Animals | Nonkilling 1
2. Body Fat
3. False Skull 7
4. Nonkilling 3 | The Anteroom | False Skull 1
5. Vacant Boat
6. Nonkilling 13 | Ceiling For The Sky
7. A Memory, The Spinning Of A Body | Nonkilling 2
8. Nonkilling 6 | Hunger
9. July 13 No Hope No Pain
10. Love Means Taking Action
11. Brutal (feat. Ocean Vuong) | False Skull 5
12. False Skull 12
13. Nothing 

How To Dress Well - AKA Tom Krell - releases his fourth album, ‘Care’, via Weird World / Domino.

Written by Krell, mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, fun.) and featuring co-production from Krell alongside Jack Antonoff, Dre Skull, CFCF and Kara- Lis Coverdale, ‘Care’ is a sensual, dazzling alt-pop tour de force.

‘Care’ is the next step in the evolution of Krell’s sound, which began with his first critically-lauded album, ‘Love Remains’, in 2010 and continued up through his widely acclaimed previous album, ‘What Is This Heart?’, released in 2014.

TRACK LISTING

Can’t You Tell
Salt Song
What’s Up
Lost Youth / Lost You
The Ruins
Burning Up
I Was Terrible
Anxious
Time Was Meant To Stay
Made A Lifetime
They’ll Take Everything You Have

How To Dress Well is the stage name of songwriter and producer Tom Krell.

His debut album ‘Love Remains’ was widely praised for both its conceptual strength and immediate emotional resonance, and saw Krell credited with having given birth to a new, narcotized strain of R&B that has since spawned a host of imitators.

Now we see him pull back the curtain on a whole new body of work with his new album ‘Total Loss’, released on Weird World and co-produced by Rodaidh McDonald (The xx, King Krule).

STAFF COMMENTS

Philippa says: Following his Tri Angle LP outing, How To Dress Well is back with more of his post-R&B, slow-fi, synthwave-tinted melancholic pop.

TRACK LISTING

‘Total Loss’
When I Was In Trouble
Cold Nites
Say My Name Or Say
Whatever
Running Back
& It Was U
World I Need You, Won’t Be Without You (Proem)
Struggle
How Many?
Talking To You
Set It Right
Ocean Floor For Everything


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