Starflyer 59 | Hey, Are You Listening? | Aquarium Drunkard

Starflyer 59 are back with a new song, new album (April 26) and an interview at Aquarium Drunkard

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Young In My Head, the band’s new album, due out April 26. Like that record, it finds Martin exploring faith and the passing of time via honest and searching lyrics. “I remember in 2000/When I was just 28/Cause I’ve always been that age/Moving on and moving forward/Cause I know someday I’ll be gone,”

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Richard Swift leaves us : Velvet Blue Music

Richard Swift who worked with many artists like Damien Jurado, Starflyer 59, Black Keys, The Shins, & Foxygen has passed away

It is with the heaviest of hearts I share the news that Richard Swift has left this life behind. My heart aches for his family and friends.

March 16, 1977 – July 3, 2018

Here are a few playlists and tributes that I stumbled upon at riyl, pitchfork , npr

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Happy Days Are Here Again, A Homage To Starflyer 59 | The Blog That Celebrates Itself Records | Bandcamp

How cool is this trubute to SF59?!

A band that for me, and for all the bands that are part of this project has always been and always will be highly fundamental, but for many, unfortunately, remains unknown, so the main objective of this project is just homage and try to rescue how precious is the work of Jason Martin and the seminal Starflyer 59.

This tribute is dedicated to all bands that are part of this project, and of course, to Jason Martin.

PS – listen to the tribute and then listen individually to the materials of each of these precious bands that make this project more than special. (all links are on track credits)

With love and respect.

Renato Malizia

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