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"It was a product of lead Projector David Longstreth's pettiness, bitterness and selfishness. It was also perfect: a shining gem of wonky, sometimes multi-tonal pop."
"A breakup album, rooted in personal and artistic rebirth."
"The album is not a diary, it's not a journal, it's not a newspaper. It's a kaleidoscope."
"These stories are true. And this is emblematic of a larger problem within our society"
The vocalist/guitarist has received support from the likes of Questlove, Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino, Elijah Wood and more
Despite the obvious tech issues, Dirty Projectors produced their stunningly artistic repertoire, made all the more enjoyable by songs like The Socialites, which saw Coffman instead take lead and belt her sweet voice through the hall.
A swag of great acts have been added to the boutique festival.
"It's way more daring to just try to do something simple. That's what this record was for me. And that's why it felt like the most radical departure."
Watch the band's film of death and rebirth.