‘I don’t know my words’ was written and recorded during lockdown
Former Yeasier band member Anand Wilder has announced his debut solo album and shared new single ‘Delirium Passes’.
According to Wilder, ‘I Don’t Know My Words’ was written and recorded in the singer’s New York apartment during the lockdown.
“After some initial attempts at collaborating with outside musicians, I realized I had to get my hands on every aspect of recording my first solo effort,” he said in a statement. Press release. “So much joy making this album was rekindling my childhood passion to challenge myself to pick up any instrument.”
He said that most of the album was inspired by his family roots, especially his mother, who was born in India. “All we were doing was playing The Beatles, Cat Stevens and the Fairport Convention home through these homemade speakers wired by my father. Lockdown brought all that back to me, and the music I started making, That translates to that musical mood of my childhood for my family now. I wanted to go back to basics, back to the lyrics. Light on electronics and experimentation, heavy on acoustics and vocals,” Wilder said.
You can check out the first single from the record below.
December after releasing five studio albums: ‘All Our Symbols’ (2007), ‘Odd Blood’ (2010), ‘Fragrant World’ (2012), ‘Amen & Goodbye’ (2016) and 2019’s ‘Erotic Rerun’ Yessair parted ways in 2019. .
“We have decided that Yesere has reached its end. It is a decision that is neither taken lightly nor hastily, but all three of us agree that it is the right time. He said in a statement at the time.
“We consider ourselves lucky to have shared our 15 years as a band with so many people around the world. To all those who have supported us over the years and engaged in our music world, we Thank you.”
‘I Don’t Know My Words’ is set to release early next year via Last Gang.