Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger PR 2010

When Sean Lennon met Charlotte Kemp Muhl backstage at Coachella, she was already a successful model and full-time quirk (check out her interview inNew York Magazine). The two bonded over their love of music and each other, starting a label — Chimera Music — in their apartment. Acoustic Sessions is the pair’s debut album as Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger (GOASTT), and the fourth out on their label. “Jardin Du Luxembourg” was originally release as a Mark Ronson-produced 7-inch single. While the original was a head-spinning slice of ’60s French pop, the remix is softer and dreamier, and full of peculiar, particular imagery. Their voices harmonize well, though, as always, it’s odd hearing how close Sean’s voice is to his dad’s.

Acoustic Sessions is out 10/26 via Chimera Music. There’s an interview (and NSFW photo) with Lennon and Muhl in November’s Vanity Fair.

Comments (3)
  1. Throwing every chord progression from the beatle’s discography into a song. Still, it’s interesting because it throws you around. The problem is, if you write more than one song, then it’s going to all sound the same.

    He’s talented as hell. He just needs to focus more.

  2. Great stuff! Check out the audio and video remix for Shroedinger’s Cat http://modernsextrash.com/blog/2011/the-goastt-vs-modernsextrash-sean-lennon

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