Like many musicians, Tim Burgess had big plans for 2020. The Charlatans frontman was slated to showcase a forthcoming solo album, I Love the New Sky, in an appearance at the New Colossus Festival in New York City and at SXSW in advance of the LP’s May release. Things didn’t go quite as planned, of course: Although the New York City gig went off without a hitch, SXSW and the rest of his proposed promo activities were canceled—and Burgess headed home to England trying to figure out what to do next.
Somewhat unexpectedly, Simon Raymonde of Cocteau Twins—who founded and oversees Burgess’ label, Bella Union Records—suggested Burgess might like
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