KCRW Music Announcement

Dirty Projectors Exclusive Live Version of Unreleased Song “I Found It In U” from MBE

Dirty Projectors Exclusive Live Version of Unreleased Song “I Found It In U” from KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic

Additional Highlights to Air on Thursday, July 12, at 11:15 am PDT

In celebration of the new album, Lamp Lit Prose, Dirty Projectors performed live for KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic. Today, they share “I Found It In U” an exclusive, previously-unreleased song, from that session.

On Thursday, July 12, the day before the album is released, KCRW will air additional highlights on Morning Becomes Eclectic, at 11:15 am PDT.

Dirty Projectors’ Lamp Lit Prose, out this Friday, July 13, on Domino, was produced by Dave Longstreth at his studio Ivo Shandor in Los Angeles. The new album features guest appearances from SYD, EMPRESS OF, AMBER MARK, HAIM, ROSTAM, ROBIN PECKNOLD, and DEAR NORA, as well as longtime DPs’ rhythm section Nat Baldwin and Mike Johnson. Lamp Lit Prose arrives just over a year after 2017’s self-titled Dirty Projectors. With Lamp Lit Prose Longstreth’s band returns with an album that is the yang to the yin of the 2017 effort. The songs signal a page turned for Longstreth: hope instead of heartbreak, a restorative balance. Guitars have returned to the Dirty Projectors’ world, intricate vocal harmony too. Lamp Lit Prose is a recommitment to the sounds and ideals of Dirty Projectors, embracing the band’s trademarks while pushing forward the sonic envelope. For more information on Lamp Lit Prose, including upcoming tour dates and purchase/streaming links, go to http://dirtyprojectors.net/

Morning Becomes Eclectic, hosted by KCRW Music Director Jason Bentley, is the station’s signature daily music program (9:00 a.m. – Noon) featuring new releases from emerging and established artists, underappreciated gems, live performances and interviews.

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