The Idaho artist’s debut album Youth Lagoon was the first of three records released under the moniker.
Youth Lagoon (aka Trevor Powers) has announced a deluxe edition ten years after the release of their debut album ‘The Year of Hibernation’.
The deluxe edition includes three bonus tracks, ‘Bobby’, ‘Ghost to Me’ and a cover of John Denver’s ‘Goodbye Again’ recorded in 2011 – the same year as ‘The Year of Hibernation’ released through Fat Possum had gone.
A deluxe double vinyl edition of the record will be released on December 3. pre-order are now available.
Listen to the cover of “Goodbye Again” below:
Along with 2013’s ‘Wonderous Bughouse’ and 2015’s ‘Savage Hills Ballroom’, ‘The Year of Hibernation’ was the first of three albums Powers released under the Youth Lagoon moniker.
Powers Announced the end of Youth Lagoon in 2016, stating that “there is nothing left to say through the Youth Lagoon. It will be no more”.
“It’s a place I no longer live in and don’t want to live in. Youth Lagoon is complete. I’ve reached the top of a mountain, only then will I be able to see a huge mountain I want to climb ,” Powers wrote.
“There’s a lot left to say, but it won’t be through Youth Lagoon.”
Two years later, the artist released the first album under his name, ‘Mulberry Violence’. He worked with his 2020 album, ‘Makar’.