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Damon Albarn

The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows

LP + Flexi white - Indies Exclusive
£18.99
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Deluxe LP + Flexi
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Deluxe LP
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Expected 12th November 2021

Indies exclusive LP is on 'white' coloured vinyl.

Deluxe LP is a casebound book with additional photography, original scanned lyrics and artwork from Damon, alongside a white vinyl version of the album, a high quality digital file and a bonus 7” featuring an exclusive song from the recording sessions.

We've got some flexi-discs with a recording of Damon reading the poem 'Love & Memory' by John Clare to give away free with the album.

The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows, the new studio album from Damon Albarn, will be released by new label home Transgressive Records on 12th November 2021.

The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows was originally intended as an orchestral piece inspired by the landscapes of Iceland. This last year has seen Albarn return to the music in lockdown and develop the work to 11 tracks which further explore themes of fragility, loss, emergence and rebirth. The result is a panoramic collection of songs with Albarn as storyteller. The album title is taken from a John Clare poem Love and Memory.

Albarn says “I have been on my own dark journey while making this record and it led me to believe that a pure source might still exist.”

a look inside the Deluxe LP

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  • 2.The Cormorant
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  • 4.Combustion
  • 5.Daft Wader
  • 6.Darkness To Light
  • 7.Esja
  • 8.The Tower Of Montevideo
  • 9.Giraffe Trumpet Sea
  • 10.Polaris
  • 11.Particles

Item code: TRANS551CD
Label: Transgressive
Info correct on: 1/9/2021