Stream Phosphorescent’s ‘Live at the Music Hall’ in its Entirety
A week ahead of its release, Phosphorescent’s upcoming live album, ‘Live at the Music Hall,’ is streaming in full (via Paste). The triple-LP features songs curated over singer-songwriter’s Matthew Houck’s four-night residency at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in New York City at the tail end of 2013. Take a listen below:
“It’s something I wanted to do forever, but never really got it right,” Houck told Paste. “Recordings would come in – we’d record some shows, but this was kind of the first chance to really set up a multi-track.”
“We had a four-show run at the Music Hall and it just seemed like a good time to try to capture what this band can do live,” he continued. “It was a special time. I didn’t know until after I heard the tapes that we were going to release it at all.”
You can grab ‘Live at the Music Hall’ when it arrives on Feb. 17 via Dead Oceans.