Yves Tumor - Safe In The Hands Of Love mp3 album
Safe in the Hands of Love is the third studio album by American experimental electronic music artist Yves Tumor. It was released on September 5, 2018 by Warp Records.
Yves Tumor’s latest album is a benchmark in experimental music. This is the demand at the center of Yves Tumor’s primal, beautiful, and beseeching new album, Safe in the Hands of Love. At no point in its duration do you have a clear sense of where, exactly, you are. Tumor has been identified as a noise artist but has released ambient tracks and made grooving songs that could pass for R&B and pop. Safe in the Hands of Love embraces it all. Few albums that feel this big wander so freely between genres and fewer still manage to invoke such intense emotions while remaining so inviting.
Yves Tumor released his Warp Records debut, Safe In The Hands Of Love, today. The 10-track album has been teased via a number of singles, such as "Noid," which dropped in late July, and "Licking An Orchid," released with a video last week. The physical release will arrive on October 12th. The album features James K, Oxhy and Puce Mary. Warp Records released Safe In The Hands Of Love on September 5th, 2018.
Safe in the Hands of Love Yves Tumor. 1. Faith in Nothing Except in Salvation. 2. Economy of Freedom. 5. Licking an Orchid. 8. Recognizing the Enemy. 9. All the Love We Have Now. 10. Let the Lioness in You Flow Freely. Recognizing the Enemy Lyrics. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
Yves Tumor, though, is thrillingly untethered to style, and as such is a bard for our cultural moment. Having previously released drifting ambient, clattering experimental trap, lo-fi vintage boogie and more, the secretive Tennessee expat continues to swerve from one mood to the next. Honesty is a driving analogue techno number in the vein of Hieroglyphic Being: arid, punchy 808 claps drive a bleating vocal line from a heartbroken Tumor. Then he handbrake-turns into the superb Noid, a piece of Avalanches-style breakbeat pop that perkily addresses police brutality
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