Lo-fi pop impressionist Maria Minerva has already offered us a couple of glimpses at her new LP Will Happiness Find Me via singles “The Sound” and the Chase Royal-featuring “Fire.” Today, we’ve got the whole record available for streaming. Head below to hear it.
Will Happiness Find Me is out on Not Not Fun.
Behold: Tallinn’s most baffling and radical export continues to mix it up and max it out. Her official sophomore full-length is available on CD and LP, today, and this week she plays the MOMA PS1 in NY with Thom Yorke, Rustie, and a bunch of other surprising personalities. Right after that she hits the road with Father Finger for a serious trans-American adventure, hitting up dozens of cities. Dates are HERE
Maria Minerva is Maria Juur, born 1988, in Tallinn, Estonia.
"Maria Minerva is myself as my own little sister, born out of need to do whatever. Maria Minerva has not heard of HQ recording. Maria Minerva has not heard that postmodernism is passe. Maria Minerva wishes she was born in the 1980s and born again in the 1990s. They call it lo-fi, I call it 21st century folk music..."
First impressions suggest that it’s the weightiest, most mature-sounding thing she’s done yet.
Totally Fuzzy was the name, music discovery was the game.
It only took one braindead Google monkey to destroy almost 10 years of dedication...
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