Medicine announce new album ‘Home Everywhere’


LA trio Medicine have announced they’re back with a new album titled ‘Home Everywhere,’ which will be out October 28 via Captured Tracks. During this past year, Brad Laner, Elizabeth Thompson and Jim Goodall collection of new songs created with a gaze that is omni-directional on ‘Home Everywhere’. An ambitious piece that could be the work of none other than three lifer music weirdos in full inspiration mode.

Turning, the first single from the new album, is bouncy, moody, noisy, catchy, introspective and extroverted fun. Take a listen to the track via YouTube below.

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As a bonus, when you pre-order ‘Home Everywhere’ via iTunes or purchase the limited-edition vinyl, you will receive the LP ‘Music For Beautiful Noise,’ an original film score from Brad Laner.

Medicine Home Everywhere


Track listing:
1. The Reclaimed Girl
2. Turning
3. Move Along – Down The Road
4. Don’t Be Slow
5. Cold Life
6. They Will Not Die
7. It’s All About You
8. The People
9. Home Everywhere


Here’s what the label said about ‘Home Everywhere’: The album opens with a volley of hook-laden, three-minute noise-pop gems, mutated with Brazilian-inspired sounds and rhythms. While that may sound incongruous, it’s still Medicinal through and through. Side two begins with something even more unlikely: A light sprinkling of lovely piano and an invitation to relax. Then comes a tune featuring the recorded debut of drummer Jim Goodall’s trombone drone stylings before we reach the true heart of the platter: The LP’s namesake, ‘Home Everywhere.’ An eleven-and-a-half-minute, multi-part album-within-an-album which begins as a sprightly celebration of domestic bliss and ends with a comely invitation to leave the planet.

Medicine also managed to leave their suburban Los Angeles studio compound for a few triumphant comeback shows in Los Angeles, Brooklyn and San Francisco. They performed a storming set at this year’s Austin Psych Fest, and Brad joined M83 to perform their collaborative song at the Hollywood Bowl. But mostly, Medicine stayed home and worked like demons on what we now present to you—and they doubtlessly have already begun to get back to work. What the hell else are these odd birds going to do?

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