Phish Release “Time Turns Elastic” on iTunes
I don’t know about you but I was totally surprised to wake up this morning and find out that Phish had released a new studio track to iTunes called “Time Turns Elastic,” the first release from the sessions with Steve Lillywhite. I immediately purchased it and listened to it just once, and I generally liked what I heard. I felt like I was hearing the band for the first time again.
Recorded in New York City, the as-yet-untitled record is Phish’s first studio album in five years and its second with producer Steve Lillywhite, who produced the band’s 1996 album, Billy Breathes. The album is scheduled for release on July 28th.
To download the track, please visit itunes.com/phish. Be sure to check out the official video news announcement video at phish.com.
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