Cello, piano and voice. Played softly with: James Alex
Philadelphia’s Beach Slang recently announced the release of their relative, Quiet Slang.
This fall, James Alex will debut his newest project — Quiet Slang, We Were Babies & We Were Dirtbags EP, where he plays solo with a contributing pianist and cellist.
The EP will include two Beach Slang songs, as well as, covers of The Replacements and Big Star (both covers being exclusive to this record). Pre-order the EP HERE. (see full tracklisting below). A cassette version of the EP will be available on Cassette Store Day this October 14th.
“I suppose we’re all chasing something that resembles salvation, something that calms our bones. Maybe this is some small slice of that. Maybe it’s not. Maybe it’s chaos in soft clothes. Maybe it’s frightened. Maybe it’s fearless. Maybe it’s both. Or maybe it’s nothing. I don’t know, but I think about this: one day I’m going to be dust. And when my soul splits, maybe this will be the thing that sneaks me through the gates. If not, well, those are the breaks.”
WE WERE BABIES & WE WERE DIRTBAGS Tracklisting:
“Future Mixtape For The Art Kids”
“Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas”
“Androgynous” [The Replacements]
“Thirteen” [Big Star]
Beach Slang will be on tour starting September 2nd through the end of the year. For more dates and tickets visit BeachSlang.com
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