Mosey Sumney shares Polly from new two-part album græ

Moses Sumney playing the Union Chapel in London (Alberto Pezzali for Live4ever)

After announcing his new double album græ and releasing lead single Virile, Moses Sumney is back with its second track Polly.

Polly is summed up as being about ‘wishing you had a few more arms than you do’, and is shared after Sumney gave a talk on the themes and influences of Virile in New York at the start of this week.

Due out via Jagjaguwar Records in the February of 2020, græ is another record which will be split into two parts; the second set to follow with the full album on physical formats on May 15th.

Described as ‘a conceptual patchwork about greyness’, it is said to expand upon the ‘sonic universe’ of Sumney’s debut album Aromanticism – part of Live4ever’s Best Of 2018 series – and the Black In Deep Red EP.

græ tracklist:

Part One;
Insula
Cut Me
In Bloom
Virile
Conveyor
boxes
Gagarin
jill/jack
Colouour
also also also and and and
Neither/Nor
Polly

Part Two;
Two Dogs
Bystanders
Me in 20 Years
Keeps Me Alive
Lucky Me
and so I come to isolation
Bless Me
before you go

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