Sad news, but we wish her all the best with her future endeavors! Read what the band, and Doris, had to say.
It’s finally out! Stream ‘Diluvia’ in its entirety and when you’re done go snag a copy on iTunes.
‘Locked Out’ is the third single you can grab from ‘Diluvia’, but soon you’ll be able to hear much more than that.
Whereas Weathervanes was delivered from the perspective of a child infatuated with a young female ghost, Diluvia is a record about the possible survival – or peril – of space-faring humans and other arguably fantastical scenarios. Curiosity over these unknowns has evolved into notions of space exploration, ancient astronauts, dreams, and natural and artificial selection, with new songs building to expansive, atmospheric destinations. Working to evoke both prehistoric and pseudo-futuristic sensations, the record invites listeners to indulge in more elastic thought, perhaps, than it's predecessor.
Diluvia, which was recorded over two months in New York City with producer Shane Stoneback, also finds Freelance Whales – Judah Dadone (vocals, guitar, banjo, synthesizers), Doris Cellar (bass, vocals), Chuck Criss (guitar, synthesizers, vocals), Jacob Hyman (drums, vocals), and Kevin Read (guitar, vocals) - exploring new instrumental experiences by blurring their trademark “organic” instruments with liberal use of electronics and more aggressive rhythm. They may sound bigger, but Freelance Whales are no less committed to capturing intimacy though their music. Diluvia is an experiment in finding the confluence between science and emotion. Their hypothesis is that such a cathartic place exists, for both themselves and their fans, and it can be found somewhere in their new music.