In recent interviews, itinerant experimental folk freak Willis Earl Beal has been mentioning a new album called A Place That Doesn’t Exist and suggesting he might give it away for free. He told Under The Radar:
I’m very prolific in terms of recording. I record a lot, and I’ve got a whole other record, and it’s going to be called A Place That Doesn’t Exist, and I’d like to give it away for free. But I’m not entirely sure. Seeing as how I used other musicians on this record, and I’m not sure if that would be the best use of resources to just give it away for free. But I would like to.
No word yet as to whether Beal will be giving the album away for free, but he’s definitely streaming it. A Place That Doesn’t Exist just hit the internet, and you can hear the whole thing below.
We’ll pass along A Place That Doesn’t Exist release info if and when it emerges. Here’s the tracklist:
1 Times of Gold
2 Bright Copper Noon
3 Took My Heart
4 The Axeman
5 Toilet Parade (Ode to NYC)
6 Babble On
7 Hazel Eyes
8 A Place That Doesn’t Exist