Tindersticks 'See My Girls E.P' 12"
Pitchfork called No Treasure but Hope “sensuous and sunlit,” and Aquarium Drunkard says “while many of the compositions are soft, enveloping soundscapes, much of No Treasure floats in a dim vastness, reveling in the existentialism and singularity of being human.”
“’See My Girls’ is a song about isolation, tourism, migration, and as part of No Treasure but Hope about the beauty and terror of the world,” says Staples. “It was written on Ithaca and from the perspective of a small island, looking out with wonder and apprehension across the sea and beyond. The film is a collaboration with my daughter Sidonie Osborne Staples. After much preparation and experimentation, she made a continuous, layered illustration of her interpretation of the song, around 50mm high and 3m in length.”
Tindersticks will begin their five-month long 2020 tour on January 29th in Belgium. The tour also includes four U.S. shows - Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, TN on March 28, Thalia Hall in Chicago, IL on March 30th and the band’s first East Coast shows in a decade April 1st and 2nd at Murmrr in Brooklyn, NY.
- EP includes unreleased versions of “See My Girls” + never released new songs
- Limited edition, available on vinyl only
Catalogue number: SLANG50255EP
Label: City Slang