Mary Lattimore has announced the release of a new album, Hundreds of Days, which will be out on May 18th via Ghostly International. Involved in a multitude of projects, the LA-based experimental harpist has collaborated and recorded with the likes of Jeff Zeigler, Thurston Moore, Kurt Vile, Steve Gunn, M. Craft and Jarvis Cocker, amongst many more. Using effects and an improvisational approach, Lattimore is known for pushing the boundaries of her instrument. As with her previous recordings, usually connected to a location and time, Hundreds of Days is shaped by her new LA surroundings, having only recently moved there from Philadelphia. As the press release describes, “inside her music, wordless narratives, indefinite travelogues, and braided events skew into something enchantingly new.” Crafted in a redwood barn in San Francisco, Hundreds of Days “sojourns between silences and speech, between microcosmic daily scenes and macrocosmic universal understandings, between being alien in promising new places and feeling torn from old native havens.”
Lattimore has shared the first taste of her upcoming album, ‘Hello From the Edge of the Earth’ and you can listen to it below.