Jason Zumpano's Cyrillic Typerwriter Ropes In Destroyer's Dan Bejar and Loscil for Sophomore Album

Jason Zumpano's Cyrillic Typerwriter Ropes In Destroyer's Dan Bejar and Loscil for Sophomore Album
Former Zumpano/Sparrow leader Jason Zumpano premiered his current project the Cyrillic Typewriter with a self-titled LP last year, and the West Coast pop auteur is quickly following up that release with a sophomore set called French Door, which was recently released by Jaz Records.

The album re-teams Zumpano with Destroyer's Dan Bejar; the Cyrillic Typewriter head honcho had previously played on Bejar's Thief and Streethawk: A Seduction. The Destroyer dude lends vocals to two songs, "Paris Churchyard" and "Visions of Daniel," and you can hear the latter, a relatively light folk pop jam, down below.

Additionally, you can download album tracks "Dizzy & Blessed," "Boxing Arenas" and "Naked in Snow" over here at Jaz Records.

The bulk of the LP was penned by Zumpano, but Destroyer collaborator Scott Morgan (aka Loscil) co-wrote "Paris Churchyard." The album also contains a cover of Devo's 1980 number "Gates of Steel."

French Door:

1. Dizzy & Blessed
2. As Their Children Slept
3. An Arrow Pointing In 5. Vato's Gold
6. The Great White Lodge
7. Gates Of Steel
8. Boxing Arenas
9. Visions Of Daniel
10. Just An Odd Jobs Man
11. Naked In Snow
12. Costigan's Manor; Pavilions & Palaces
13. Paris Churchyard
14. Sunlight Underground