At long last, Phil Elverum's new Mount Eerie album has arrived.
As previously reported, A Crow Looked at Me explores the aftermath of the tragic death of his wife Geneviève Elverum, and you can now take that very personal journey alongside Elverum in the full-album stream below.
A press release previously stated this about the new album:
The songs are about the brutal details of that experience, from the hospitalizations to the grieving, the specific domestic banalities that become existential in the context of such huge and abrupt loss. These songs are not fun. They are pretty and they are deep, and they find a love that prevails beneath the overwhelming and real sorrow. It is unlike anything else in the Mount Eerie catalog in its unvarnished expressions of personal grief, metaphor-free.
A Crow Looked at Me is due out March 24 via P.W. Elverum & Sun, but you can stream it now via NPR in the player below.
Mount Eerie also has a series of West Coast dates announced in support of the record. You'll find those below as well.
04/04 Eugene, OR - WOW Hall
04/06 Big Sur, CA - Henry Miller Library
04/09 Santa Ana, CA - When We Were Young Fest @ Observatory
04/10 San Diego, CA - Irenic
04/11 Los Angeles, CA - The Masonic Lodge @ Hollywood Forever
04/14 Oakland, CA - Starline Social Club
04/17 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
04/18 Olympia, WA - Obsidian
04/12-14 Arcosanti, AZ - FORM Arcosanti