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Bartees Strange has been one of the most significant indie artists to break out in the post-pandemic era. His 2020 album Mustang was named to countless year end best lists. He quickly signed to 4AD and his debut for the label Farm To Table turned him into a club headliner and an arena-sized opening act with genre-defining artists such as The National, boygenius, Phoebe Bridgers, and Courtney Barnett. Say Goodbye to Pretty Boy is where Bartees story began — a full-length cover album of songs by indie rock kingmakers The National. Quietly re- leased in March 2020 the day before Covid-19 lockdowns shut the world down, it instantly sold out its 300 copy pressing. It’s back in print to celebrate his explosive trajectory and a run of dates opening for The National at arenas across Europe in autumn 2023. A kind of fairy tale story of independent community and the effort to diversify what the word “indie rock” even means, reclaiming the phrase for Black artists. Say Goodbye also happens to touch upon Bartees incredibly broad palate of musical influences with a sound ranging from garage rock (“Mr. November”) to emotional r&b chill (“About Today” + “The Geese of Beverly Road”) to house music (“Looking for Astronauts”). Members of The National have called Bartees’ hard riffing, emo-pop-rock rendition of “Lemonworld” the definitive version of the song.

Bartees Strange has been one of the most significant indie artists to break out in the post-pandemic era. His 2020 album Mustang was named to countless year end best lists. He quickly signed to 4AD and his debut for the label Farm To Table turned him into a club headliner and an arena-sized opening act with genre-defining artists such as The National, boygenius, Phoebe Bridgers, and Courtney Barnett. Say Goodbye to Pretty Boy is where Bartees story began — a full-length cover album of songs by indie rock kingmakers The National. Quietly re- leased in March 2020 the day before Covid-19 lockdowns shut the world down, it instantly sold out its 300 copy pressing. It’s back in print to celebrate his explosive trajectory and a run of dates opening for The National at arenas across Europe in autumn 2023. A kind of fairy tale story of independent community and the effort to diversify what the word “indie rock” even means, reclaiming the phrase for Black artists. Say Goodbye also happens to touch upon Bartees incredibly broad palate of musical influences with a sound ranging from garage rock (“Mr. November”) to emotional r&b chill (“About Today” + “The Geese of Beverly Road”) to house music (“Looking for Astronauts”). Members of The National have called Bartees’ hard riffing, emo-pop-rock rendition of “Lemonworld” the definitive version of the song.

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Say Goodbye To Pretty Boy [Recycled Eco LP]
Artist: Bartees Strange
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $23.98
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DISC: 1

1. About Today
2. All The Wine
3. Mr. November
4. A Reasonable Man (I Don't Mind)
5. Lemonworld
6. The Geese of Beverly Road
7. Looking For Astronauts
8. Lemonworld (Live at Studio 4)

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Bartees Strange has been one of the most significant indie artists to break out in the post-pandemic era. His 2020 album Mustang was named to countless year end best lists. He quickly signed to 4AD and his debut for the label Farm To Table turned him into a club headliner and an arena-sized opening act with genre-defining artists such as The National, boygenius, Phoebe Bridgers, and Courtney Barnett. Say Goodbye to Pretty Boy is where Bartees story began — a full-length cover album of songs by indie rock kingmakers The National. Quietly re- leased in March 2020 the day before Covid-19 lockdowns shut the world down, it instantly sold out its 300 copy pressing. It’s back in print to celebrate his explosive trajectory and a run of dates opening for The National at arenas across Europe in autumn 2023. A kind of fairy tale story of independent community and the effort to diversify what the word “indie rock” even means, reclaiming the phrase for Black artists. Say Goodbye also happens to touch upon Bartees incredibly broad palate of musical influences with a sound ranging from garage rock (“Mr. November”) to emotional r&b chill (“About Today” + “The Geese of Beverly Road”) to house music (“Looking for Astronauts”). Members of The National have called Bartees’ hard riffing, emo-pop-rock rendition of “Lemonworld” the definitive version of the song.

        
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