The 50-year-old Mexican American singer-songwriter, the former lead vocalist for the alt-rock and folk group Mazzy Star, and Colm Ó Cíosóig of My Bloody Valentine have teased their new album from their group, Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions, with the single “Isn’t It True.”
Sandoval and Cíosóig’s new LP, titled Until the Hunter, will be released on November 4th.
The album will be released via Sandoval’s own Tendril Tales imprint.
The forthcoming effort serves as the long-awaited third full-length from Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions following 2009’s Through the Devil Softly.
In addition to “Isn’t It True,” it features 10 new tracks with titles like “Into the Trees,” “The Peasant,” “Day Disguise,” and “Liquid Lady.”
There’s also a collaboration with Kurt Vile called “Let Me Get There.”
Hope Sandoval is returning to the music scene with seasons of music…
The 47-year-old Mexican American singer-songwriter, the lead singer for the alt-rock and folk group Mazzy Star, will end a 17-year hiatus between albums with Seasons of Your Day, the group’s fourth studio set.
Sandoval, who rose to acclaim with Mazzy Star’s 1993 hit song “Fade Into You,” will release the new album on September 24.
Sandoval and David Roback’s10-track album will feature performances from all the band’s original members, as well as appearances by My Bloody Valentine‘s Colm O Cíosoig and the late Bert Jansch.
It’s been 15 years since Mazzy Star released music to the masses… But the highly influential alternative rock band—fronted by Mexican-American singer Hope Sandoval—is finally back with brand new music.
The band is returning with the digital tracks, “Common Burn”/”Lay Myself Down,” which will be released on Monday, October 31, according to Sandoval’s website, HopeSandoval.com. It’s the group’s first new music since 1996′s “Among My Swan.”
The tracks will be available as digital downloads on Amazon and be released later on vinyl.
Mazzy Star scored their biggest hit in 1994 with “Fade Into You” and released three full-length albums before going into an unofficial and indefinite hiatus.
Following Mazzy Star’s musical lull, the 45-year-old Sandoval—an East Los Angeles native who plays harmonica, percussions, guitar and the xylophone—released two solo albums with her backing band, the Warm Inventions.
And this may not be the last we hear from Mazzy Star… In 2009, Sandoval told Rolling Stone, “It’s true we’re still together. We’re almost finished [with the record]. But I have no idea what that means.”
Let’s hope the band doesn’t fade into the night for another 15 years!