With an ever-changing discography and lineup, Dirty Projectors is back with its first full studio album since 2012. The album is a soulful exploration of vocalist David Longstreth’s break-up with now ex band-mate Amber Coffman, with diverse melodies evolving into an adventurous and challenging experience.
Dirty Projectors, the decade-plus-long recording pursuit of producer and vocalist David Longstreth, is back with its eighth studio album, almost two years after the project’s last EP. Unlike previous releases, this particular self-titled album sees Longstreth with a host of new contributors including Tyondai Braxton, Mauro Refosco (Atoms For Peace, Red Hot Chili Peppers), and Dawn Richard (D?WN). At a glance, this isn’t a lineup to be sniffed at, but with Dirty Projectors being renowned for a wildly diverse discography it’s hard to say what can be expected from the album.