Malcom Lacey, the Portland based bedroom producer behind Arrange, has released “Caves” today, a track from his forthcoming album New Memory. The album was funded primarily through a Kickstarter program, and if you pre-order it over at his Bandcamp then you get an instant digital download. If “Caves” is any indication, then New Memory will be quite similar to the heartbreaking beauty of this year’s Five Years With The Sun and 2011’s Plantation. Listen to “Caves” below and check out the album artwork above.
New Memory is due out on July 10th.
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