The Weather Station has announced a new album. How Is It That I Should Look at the Stars is a companion piece to 2021’s Ignorance. It’s out March 4 via Fat Possum and features songs written at the same time as Ignorance. The first single is “Endless Time.” Watch the video below.
“When I wrote Ignorance, it was a time of intense creativity, and I wrote more songs than I ever had in my life,” the Weather Station’s Tamara Lindeman said in a statement. “The songs destined to be on the album were clear from the beginning, but as I continued down my writing path, songs kept appearing that had no place on the album I envisioned. Songs that were simple, pure; almost naive. Songs that spoke to many of the same questions and realities as Ignorance, but in a more internal, thoughtful way. So I began to envision How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars, a quiet, strange album of ballads. I imagined it not as a follow-up to Ignorance, but rather as a companion piece; the moon to its sun.”
The album, co-produced with Jean Martin, features no percussion. Lindeman is joined by Christine Bougie, Karen Ng, Ben Whiteley, Ryan Driver, and Tania Gill.
Revisit Pitchfork’s 2021 feature “The Weather Station Battles Climate-Change Anxiety, One Song at a Time.”
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How Is It That I Should Look at the Stars:
02 Endless Time
05 To Talk About
09 Sleight of Hand
10 Loving You
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