The former Titus Andronicus guitarist Andrew Cedermark no longer resides in Charlottesville, Virginia, the sleepy half-hippie, half-country Southern college town where I live; he left town around the same time I arrived. But Home Life, Cedermark’s new solo album, is shot through with the lazy rhythms of the city. It spirals off into fuzzed-out noise from time to time, but even then, it’s got an unhurried sun-drenched grace to it. We’ve already posted Cedermark’s songs “Canis Major,” “At Home,” and the taken-apart Bill Withers kinda-cover “On Me,” and now the whole album is streaming at NPR. Listen to it here.
Home Life is out 7/16 on Underwater Peoples.