As the release of the new Destroyer album approaches, Dan Bejar spoke to us about recording in isolation, the principal role of John Collins, songwriting inspirations, the end of the world, and the influence of futurism on Destroyer’s thirteenth album…
Stunning video for Joseph Shabason’s “I Don’t Want to Be Your Love.”
What follows is an illuminating and wonderful dive into the sublime, via both the textures of Shabason’s beautifully spare compositions and the surrealist bent of the world created by writer and director Zach Shields. Dan Bejar’s hazy vocals float like the dust in those headlights, which remind us that overwhelming beauty can be found in the strangest of places.
“I saw you at the castle/your eyes were clearly insane,” Dan Bejar sings on “Saw You at the Hospital,” one of the tenderest songs on ken , his twelfth album under […]
There’s an obvious thread that connects all of the nine Destroyer albums: Dan Bejar. That said, you might be hard pressed to know for certain that the same man was […]
Dan Bejar is busy. Between four (differently named) projects releasing material in the past three years, it’s rare that time goes by without hearing from the prolific artist. Bejar’s main […]