Mitski has introduced her seventh studio album, ‘The Land Is Inhospitable And So Are We’.
On Sunday night time (July 23), the singer-songwriter despatched out a e-newsletter to her followers that included a voice memo, via which she revealed the title of the upcoming album. She additionally shared that the album’s first single – which has but to obtain a title – will arrive on Wednesday (July 26).
“Hello, that is Mitski, and I’m at Bomb Shelter Studios in Nashville, the place we recorded my new album that’s popping out. It’s known as ‘The Land Is Inhospitable And So Are We’, and its first single is popping out on Wednesday,” Mitski mentioned within the voice memo.
Take heed to Mitski’s voice memo beneath.
The announcement didn’t reveal any additional data surrounding the upcoming album, together with its launch date or observe itemizing. ‘The Land Is Inhospitable And So Are We’ would be the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Mitski’s celebrated sixth album ‘Laurel Hell’, which arrived in February 2022.
That report scored a four-star evaluation from NME‘s El Hunt, who wrote: “With every report, Mitski’s sound has grown larger and grander – all whereas retaining the uncooked drama of her piano-driven 2012 debut album ‘Lush’ and 2016’s ‘Puberty 2’’s air of haunting gloom. ’Laurel Hell’ usually pairs darkness with strobing lights. After exploring the isolation of feeling like a “no person“, Mitski’s explorations of being anyone show simply as compelling.”
‘Laurel Hell’ was named NME‘s twenty first greatest album of 2022, with Rhian Daly praising Mitski for puting “her relationship together with her standing within the highlight underneath a microscope, deftly analysing the intersection of artwork and self-worth with the sharpness of the titular software in ‘Working For The Knife’”.