How To Dress Well – “Repeat Pleasure”

By Tom Breihan / April 3, 2014 - 9:36 am

Tom Krell emerged a few years ago, releasing murky and mysterious lo-fi bedroom-R&B under the name How To Dress Well. Since then, he’s added more shades and ideas to his sound and become an ever-more fascinating songwriter. His 2012 album Total Loss was an absolutely beautiful piece of work, and he’s just announced that he’ll follow it this summer with “What Is This Heart?”, a follow-up that may well be even better. Krell recorded the album in Berlin last summer with producer Rodaidh McDonald, who’s previously worked with the xx and who may well be the ideal guy to help add some sharpness and clarity to Krell’s style. In recent weeks, Krell has shared the staggering “Words I Don’t Remember,” which will be on the album, and a gorgeous cover of Smog’s “Teenage Spaceship,” which won’t. He’s now shared another album track, a glassy and cascading piece of work called “Repeat Pleasure.” Listen to it and check out the album’s tracklist below.

TRACKLIST:
01 “2 Years On (Shame Dream)”
02 “What You Wanted”
03 “Face Again”
04 “See You Fall”
05 “Repeat Pleasure”
06 “Words I Don’t Remember”
07 “Pour Cyril”
08 “Precious Love”
09 “Childhood Faith In Love (Everything Must Change, Everything Must Stay The Same)”
10 “A Power”
11 “Very Best Friend”
12 “House Inside (Future Is Older Than The Past)”

“What Is This Heart?” is out 6/23 on Weird World.