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Marinero shares new single, “Last Chance” via Adult Swim’s 2021 Singles Series

FRI, JUL 16, 2021

Marinero has shared a new single entitled, “Last Chance” which is now available on all streaming services. Originally premiered via Adult Swim’s 2021 Singles series, this stand-alone single is an outlier from the group’s Hardly Art debut, Hella Love, released in May 2021. In creating this new single, Frontman Jess Sylvester shares, “I tried going for a Jorge or Carlos Santana thing while delving into a heavier topic lyrically. My mom even told me that she would have bought a 45 of this track and listened to it on repeat in the seventies.” Turn it up and tune in!

Hella Love is now available from Hardly Art. LP purchased through Hardly Art and select independent retailers in North Americain the U.K, and in Europe will receive the limited mustard yellow pan dulce (colored) vinyl (while supplies last).
 
What people are saying about Marinero:
 
“In him is the nostalgia in childhood of the era of “Penny Lane”, as if he was also squeezed from the same juices as Brian Wilson’s “Good Vibrations”.” - Marvin Magazine
 
“an album full of sublime sound spaces, where well-achieved instrumentations are mixed together with soft vocal arrangements. You know how to measure intensity and then you create a work that will not let your body free until it is finished.” [10/10] - Indie Rocks!
 
“The record is an ode to his hometown of San Francisco that he recently left for Los Angeles and is resplendent in groovy soft-rock sounds.” - Brooklyn Vegan
 
 “…heavily inspired by the stylings of grupos romanticas, electronica and a dream pop flair.”  [“Nuestra Victoria”] Remezcla 
 
“Whether it’s the psych-funk of ‘Beyond The Rainbow Tunnel’ of ‘Frisco Ball”s tears-at-the-disco vibe, the crate-digging eclecticism fused with personal stories is intoxicating and full of charm.” Shindig!
 
“A work that is as labyrinthine as it is digestible.” [10/10] - Indie Rocks!
 
“Through his anecdotes, the composer weaves a delicate and lush musical world which finds its source in the orchestral pop and soundtracks from the 60s and 70s, as well as in samba and tropicalia, or in the latin sounds of the Venezualian band Los Terricolas.” FiP


Marinero
Hella Love

Tracklisting:
1. Fanfare
2. Through the Fog
3. Minuet for the Mission
4. Nuestra Victoria
5. Luz del Faro
6. Hella Love
7. Outerlands
8. Beyond the Rainbow Tunnel
9. Hella Love
10. Maritime
11. Isle of Alcatraz
12. Frisco Ball

Lala Lala Announces New Album, I Want The Door To Open, Out October 8th on Hardly Art; Watch the Video for “DIVER”

TUE, JUL 13, 2021

Lala Lala, project of Chicago-based musician Lillie West, announces her new album, I Want The Door To Open, out October 8th on Hardly Art, and presents its lead single/video, “DIVER.” Following 2018’s acclaimed The Lamb, West wanted to make something sonically bigger and thematically more outward-looking than anything she’d done before; a record that would be less a straightforward documentation of her own personal struggles and more like a poem or a puzzle box, with sonic and lyrical clues that would allow the listener to, as the title says, open the door to the greater meaning of those struggles. I Want The Door To Open is a musical quest undertaken with the knowledge that the titular door may never open; but it is through falling in love with the quest itself that one may find the next closest thing. It’s a bold exploration of persona and presence from an artist questioning how to be herself fully in a world where the self is in constant negotiation. 

Lala Lala’s first offering, “DIVER,” is “the thesis of the album.” It’s a pop song of Kate Bush-esque proportions, replete with layered synths and booming, wide-open drumming contributed by fellow Chicago musician Nnamdi Ogbonnaya, and West pushing her vocals to the ragged edge. To describe the theme of “DIVER,” West says “I want total freedom, total possibility, total acceptance. I want to fall in love with the rock.” The rock in question is a reference to Sisyphus, the mythical figure doomed by the gods to forever push a boulder up from the depths of hell. “I think it’s easy to feel like we keep making the same mistakes over and over again, that we’re Sisyphus. The key is falling in love with the labor of walking up the mountain.” The diver in the song references the character Anna Kerrigan in the book Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan, a woman who works at Brooklyn Naval Yard and becomes the first female diver sent down to repair ships. The accompanying video, directed by Brielle Brilliant & West, reflects this notion, as West approaches a giant block of ice in the middle of barren land to retrieve a frozen, encased set of keys. 




West co-produced I Want The Door To Open with Yoni Wolf of WHY?. In addition to Ogbonnaya, I Want The Door To Open features contributions from poet Kara Jackson, OHMME, Adam Schatz of Landlady, Sen Morimoto, Christian Lee Hutson, Kaina Castillo, Meg Duffy, Will Miller, Gia Margaret, Josiah Wolf, and former tourmate Ben Gibbard. 

Lala Lala will play a string of record-release shows in support of I Want The Door To Open in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Brooklyn. Tickets are on sale Friday, July 15th at 10am local time.


I Want The Door To Open Tracklist

1. Lava

2. Color of the Pool

3. DIVER

4. Photo Photo feat. Ohmme

5. Prove it

6. Castle Life

7. Bliss Now!

8. Straight & Narrow  feat. Kara Jackson

9. Beautiful Directions

10. Plates feat. Ben Gibbard

11. Utopia Planet

Lala Lala Tour Dates

Fri. Oct. 8 - Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall *

Wed. Oct. 13 - Los Angeles, CA @ Lodge Room ^

Wed. Oct. 20 - Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg!

Thu. Jan. 27, 2022 - Amsterdam, NE @ Paradiso Noord

Fri. Jan. 28, 2022 - Groningen, NE @ Vera

Sat. Jan. 29, 2022 - Brugge, BE @ Cactus at Villa Bota

Sun. Jan. 30, 2022 - Brussels, BE @ Botanique (Rotonde)

Tue. Feb. 1, 2022 - Köln, DE @ Baumann & SOHN

Wed. Feb. 2, 2022 - Berlin, DE @ Kantine am Berghain

Thu. Feb. 3, 2022 - Hamburg, DE @ Molotow

Sat. Feb. 5, 2022 - Göteborg, SE @ Oceanen

Sun. Feb. 6, 2022 - Oslo, NO @ Internasjonalen

Mon. Feb. 7, 2022 - Stockholm, SE @ Hus 7

Tue. Feb. 8, 2022 - Malmö, SE @ Plan B

Wed. Feb. 9, 2022 - Copenhagen, DK @ Vega at Ideal Bar

Fri. Feb. 11, 2022 - Prague, CZ @ Underdogs’

Sat. Feb. 12, 2022 - Schorndorf, DE @ Club Manufaktur

Sun. Feb. 13, 2022 - Freiburg, DE @ Swamp

Mon. Feb. 14, 2022 - Yverdon-les-Bains, CH @L’Amalgame

Wed. Feb. 16, 2022 - Zürich, CH @ Rote Fabrik

Thu. Feb. 17, 2022 - Annecy, FR @ Festival Hors-Pistes

Fri. Feb. 18, 2022 - Metz, FR @ Aérogare

Sat. Feb. 19, 2022 - Lille, FR @ l’Aéronef

Sun. Feb. 20, 2022 - Brighton, UK @ Green Door Store

Mon. Feb. 21, 2022 - London, UK @ Moth Club

Wed. Feb. 23, 2022 - Leeds, UK @ Hyde Park Book Club

Thu. Feb. 24, 2022 - Glasgow, UK @ Nice N Sleazy

Fri. Feb. 25, 2022 - Manchester, UK @ YES

Sat. Feb. 26, 2022 - Bristol, UK @ Strange Brew

Mon. Feb. 28, 2022 - Paris, FR @ La Boule Noire

* = w/ Unannounced Special Guest & Kara Jackson

^ = Cryogeyser & Fashion Club

! = Salt Cathedral & Crosslegged 

Girl Friday share “You’re Getting a Dog” a new track from their double A-side single available now at all DSPs from Hardly Art

WED, JUL 7, 2021

Today, Los Angeles’ Girl Friday released a new track “You’re Getting a Dog,” the second song from their forthcoming double A-side single release, available at all DSPs. 
 
Girl Friday’s Vera Ellen and Libby Hsieh shared their unique experience collaborating on the release:  “Ah, the bittersweet feeling of knowing someone you used to love is doing well, while you’re floating up shits creek without a paddle. The song is the soundtrack to that emotion. I think also, since we wrote it during quarantine, it has an undertone of nostalgia for parties and dancing and being physically close to someone. We hope you listen and find the gosh darn paddle.”

You can listen to “You’re Getting a Dog” and the latest video for “I’m Impossible”, which was directed by the band’s own Vera Ellen, by clicking here.

My Idea signs to Hardly Art to release That’s My Idea EP, their label debut, on July 30th, 2021. Listen to “Stay Away Still”/”That’s My Idea” now.

WED, JUN 30, 2021

Hardly Art has signed My Idea, the new pop duo comprised of musicians Nate Amos and Lily Konigsberg, who will release That’s My Idea, their debut five-song EP digitally and worldwide on July 30th, 2021. Today, you can watch their two-in-one official video for singles “Stay Away Still” and “That’s My Idea,” directed by Luca Balser.
 
Konigsberg and Amos share this about the “Stay Away Still”/”That’s My Idea” concept, “We wanted to have an energetic and chaotic video juxtaposed with something more calming and conclusive to demonstrate the eclectic yet cohesive nature of My Idea. The visuals match how the songs make us feel! We both played characterizations of ourselves.”





For My Idea, music has always been the plan. “I wrote a song in a pool in Florida when I was two,” explains Konigsberg, humming the melody over video chat, and Amos nods in agreement, “When I was four I wrote one called “like a cat” about how my girlfriend sleeps at the foot of the bed like a cat.” Though they’ve both been pulled toward songwriting since a young age, it’s a miracle they ever ended up doing it together.
 
While Konigsberg is a Brooklyn lifer, Amos’ family bounced around from Colorado to Pennsylvania and eventually Vermont. At some point, he up and left to Chicago, looking for a change of scenery. “I was just bored, I still am,” he says of the decision, which might also explain the immense volume of recording projects (roughly 250) that he worked on during his four year stint there. Eventually he ended up in New York to start the avant pop band Water From Your Eyes, and before long, had crossed paths with Lily.
 
After years performing with her experimental punk group Palberta, Konigsberg was beginning to carve out a solo career, and thought Amos could be a potential producer. What began as a trial session for her debut album quickly evolved into a songwriting competition, with the two churning out dozens of tracks over the Fall of 2020. “Lily became the lyric supervisor and I became the music supervisor,” explains Amos, “the roles emerged.” With such undeniable chemistry, it was only logical that they form a band, the hilarious and perfectly named My Idea.
 
On their debut EP, the duo pack their immense personalities into bite sized pop experiments. “Stay Away Still” delivers tongue-in-cheek lines like “depression’s a conspiracy theory” over tightly wound indie rock, while “Birthday” immediately pivots into icy glitchiness, pitting pulsing drum & bass against glossy vocals. There’s an economy to their songwriting, every production choice and lyric pulling you into their world without ever becoming overwhelming. Lyrics like “God is great and music’s better” feel like a revelation on “I Can’t Dance”, and the piano arpeggios on “Keep Lying To Me” build the tension to a boiling point before erupting into autotuned euphoria.
 
Their union has been described by friends as “watching two planets collide”, and their 13-minute debut feels like watching a universe only begin to expand.


My Idea
That’s My Idea

 
Tracklisting:
1. I Can’t Dance
2. Birthday
3. Keep Lying To Me
4. Stay Away Still
5. That’s My Idea

Jenn Champion + Oyster Kids share “Push” The new single from the Love Nobody EP Out today worldwide on all DSPs from Hardly Art

TUE, JUN 29, 2021

Credit: Photo credit: Jimmy Bazan

Jenn Champion + Oyster Kids are sharing “Push,” a new single from their Love Nobody EP, available today, June 29th, 2021 on all DSPs worldwide from Hardly Art.
 
Champion says of the single, ”’Push’ is about the imagined love we have with strangers in dance clubs. It’s a lo-fi new wave song that captures the moment of feeling both so good and so consumed, being crushed out on a dance floor. Where the music is loud and you have immediate sexual eye contact. Like invisible hands pushing you together. A song for that moment of lust and the unknown.”
 
The three-song Love Nobody EP is packed with as many sexy synth lines and longing looks as an 80s teen movie. The project was born when Champion met Andrew Eapen (Oyster Kids) at a party shortly after she moved to LA. They became fast friends once they realized they shared a passion for sad pop songs. The two started writing music together only a few weeks later, and the song “Love Nobody” materialized in their very first session.
 
The eponymous lyric video for “Love Nobody,” which was released earlier this month, is a lithe and breezy track with Champion’s signature vocal style. She says, “‘Love Nobody’ is about the fear of falling so hard for someone when you know it’s destined to crash and burn. Those crushes where it feels like your heart is cannibalizing your brain. We’ve all been there when you look into someone’s eyes and know they will destroy you, and yet, nothing can pull you away. You are all in. You hate it and have never wanted anything more.”
 
The two also included a paired down version of “Love Nobody” - a down-tempo piano version to play when your crush leaves the party with someone else. Because isn’t that just the way?


Jenn Champion + Oyster Kids
Love Nobody EP

 
Tracklisting
1. Love Nobody
2. Push
3. Love Nobody (Piano Version)

Colleen Green’s Cool Available on LP/CD/CS/DSPs September 10th, 2021 worldwide from Hardly Art

WED, JUN 23, 2021

Colleen Green returns with Cool, her aptly-titled new album on September 10th, 2021 worldwide on Hardly Art.
 
Cool is Green’s first record since her acclaimed 2015 release ‘I Want To Grow Up.’ It was produced by Gordon Raphael and Green, mixed by Brendan Eder, and recorded at Southern California studios comp-ny (Glendale), Tenement Yard (North Hollywood), and Cosmic Vinyl (Los Angeles), and was mastered by Frida Claeson Johansson at Svenska Grammofonstudion in Gothenburg, Sweden.


 
Cool features the highlights “It’s Nice to Be Nice,”  “Highway,” “Someone Else,” and the lead single “I Wanna Be a Dog,” which sees Green celebrate the simplicity of a canine life and question why she’s still overcomplicating her own.
 
The official video for “I Wanna Be a Dog” was shot in Los Angeles and directed by Steele O’ Neal.


Cool will be released on LP/CD/CS/DSPs, and is available for preorder now from Hardly Art. LPs preordered through Hardly Art Mini Martselect independent retailers in North Americathe UK, and EU will receive the vinyl on cool, cloudy smoke vinyl (while supplies last).

Colleen Green has always been cool, but on 2015’s I Want To Grow Up, she didn’t necessarily feel it. Too young to be free of insecurities but old enough to be sick of them running her life, Green was experiencing an existential crisis. Five years and a new album later, we find her parsing out what it means to be grown-up—and realizing that it’s actually pretty Cool.
 
Opener “Someone Else” is a paean to power in which Green lets a lover know that double standards can go both ways. A groovy bass loop and zig-zagging guitar lines underscore her realization that happiness is in her own hands, and the vibe is set. Next up is the witty, catchy “I Wanna Be A Dog,” where Green celebrates the simplicity of a canine life and questions why she’s still overcomplicating her own. Dark and slinky “Highway” uses ruthless driving as a metaphor for a lifestyle that no longer interests her.
 
Burnt out on bad feelings and ready to have fun with melodies and beats, Green enlisted producer Gordon Raphael (The Strokes) to take her songs to higher ground while keeping her lo-fi aesthetic intact. Raphael was already a fan, having caught a show in L.A. and finding himself “struck by how confident and powerful she looked, even though she was the only one onstage.” He agreed to take the gig, and together with drummer Brendan Eder and hip hop producer Aqua over a few weeks in Los Angeles, Cool was created.
 
The album’s themes come together on the anthemic “It’s Nice to Be Nice,” Green’s reminder to herself that you get what you give, so it’s important to try and be the best person you can—a hard-won but essential lesson in the emotional maturity that defines Cool.


Colleen Green
Cool

 
Tracklisting:
1. Someone Else
2. I Wanna Be a Dog
3. Posi Vibes
4. Highway
5. Natural Chorus
6. You Don’t Exist
7. It’s Nice to Be Nice
8. How Much Should You Love a Husband?
9. I Believe in Love
10. Pressure to Cum

Girl Friday share the official video for “I’m Impossible,” a new track from their double A-side single available now at all digital streaming platforms from Hardly Art

THU, JUN 17, 2021

Today, Thursday, June 17th, Los Angeles’ Girl Friday released a new video for “I’m Impossible,” the first song from their forthcoming double A-side single release, with “You’re Getting a Dog” available at all DSPs on July 7th. 
 
Girl Friday’s Vera Ellen and Libby Hsieh shared their unique experience collaborating on the release:  “we wrote these songs in the confines of our bedrooms divided by the great Pacific Ocean. We passed them back and forth from New Zealand to Los Angeles, like love letters. They binded us when all of our strings felt loose. They are the place where we met and danced with our shoes on the wrong feet. They like you and we hope you like them. From our bedrooms to yours.”
 
You can listen/watch the new video for “I’m Impossible”, which was directed by the band’s own Vera Ellen, by clicking here.
 
This double A-side single follows the release of Androgynous Mary, Girl Friday’s 2020 debut full-length, which received accolades from places like BUSTUnder the Radar, Alternative Press, and more.


 
What people are saying about Girl Friday:
“…Girl Friday have melded elements from various genres into one cohesive, punk-tinged record that’s straight up excellent.” [Androgynous MaryBUST 
 
“With a fun punk beat, angsty shouted lyrics, and energetic guitar riffs that evoke a feeling of mischief, the single is intended to sound like “an explosion of energy.” [“Earthquake”] - Under the Radar
 
Girl Friday boast sweet harmonies and tight rhythms…“ - [“This Is Not The Indie Rock I Signed Up For”] - Alternative Press

 

La Luz share their new single “In the Country” available now at all digital streaming services from Hardly Art

TUE, JUN 15, 2021

Available today, June 15th La Luz is sharing its new single “In the Country,” the group’s first new material since the release of Floating Features, their acclaimed album of 2018, available today at all DSPs from Hardly Art.  Shana Cleveland, the band’s frontperson, offers this, “I moved to the country a few years ago after living in cities for most of my life. Being out in the middle of nowhere makes it easy to imagine how it would be possible to leave society altogether. I love how in this track some of the most unnatural elements of the arrangement (synthesizers, fuzz, effects) create an atmosphere around the instruments that ends up feeling very natural–I can hear bugs buzzing around and bird sounds in different directions.” You can watch La Luz’s new visualizer for “In the Country,” which was created by the band’s own Lena Simon, by clicking here.
 
La Luz has announced a 34 date world tour with North American shows in 2021 and European dates to follow in April and May 2022. See below for a full list of shows. 
 
Fall 2021
Sep. 24 - Dana Point, CA - Ohana Fest
Oct. 29 - Austin, TX - to be announced 
Nov. 11 - San Diego, CA - Music Box * 
Nov. 13 - Los Angeles, CA - The Regent Theater * 
Nov. 14 - San Francisco, CA - The Chapel *
Nov. 15 - Sacramento, CA - Harlow’s *
Nov. 16 - Santa Cruz, CA - Moe’s Alley *
Nov. 18 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom *
Nov. 19 - Seattle, WA - The Neptune Theatre *
 
Spring 2022
Apr. 22 - Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club
Apr. 23 - Dublin, IE - The Grand Social  
Apr. 25 - Glasgow, UK - Stereo
Apr. 26 - Manchester, UK - Band On The Wall
Apr. 27 - Nottingham, UK - The Bodega
Apr. 28 - London, UK - Scala
Apr. 29 - Bristol, UK - Thekla
Apr. 30 - Brighton, UK - CHALK
May 02 - Paris, FR - La Boule Noire
May 03 - Brussels, BE - Grand Salon (le Nuits Botanique)
May 04 - Amsterdam, NL - Paradiso Upstairs  
May 06 - Göteborg, SE - Oceanen
May 07 - Stockholm, SE - Hus 7
May 08 - Oslo, NO - Krosset
May 09 - Copenhagen, DK - Hotel Cecil  
May 11 - Hamburg, DE - Molotow
May 12 - Berlin, DE - Frannz Club
May 13 - Schorndorf, DE - Club Manufaktur
May 14 - Munich, DE - Feierwerk
May 16 - Luxembourg, LU - Rotondes
May 17 - Vevey, CH - Rocking Chair    
May 19 - Barcelona, ES - Upload
May 20 - Madrid, ES - Tomavistas Festival
May 21 - San Sebastian, ES - Dabadaba
 
* w/ Tropa Magica 

Jenn Champion + Oyster Kids share “Love Nobody” lyric video for the title track from their forthcoming EP

WED, JUN 9, 2021

Jenn Champion + Oyster Kids are sharing “Love Nobody,” a new lyric video for the title track from their forthcoming collaborative EP, available on June 29th, 2021 on all DSPs worldwide from Hardly Art.
 
The three-song Love Nobody EP is packed with as many sexy synth lines and longing looks as an 80s teen movie. The project was born when Champion met Andrew Eapen (Oyster Kids) at a party shortly after she moved to LA. They became fast friends once they realized they shared a passion for sad pop songs. The two started writing music together only a few weeks later, and the song “Love Nobody” materialized in their very first session.

The eponymous first track, “Love Nobody” is lithe and breezy with Champion’s signature vocal style. Champion says, “‘Love Nobody’ is about the fear of falling so hard for someone when you know it’s destined to crash and burn. Those crushes where it feels like your heart is cannibalizing your brain. We’ve all been there when you look into someone’s eyes and know they will destroy you, and yet, nothing can pull you away. You are all in. You hate it and have never wanted anything more.”
 
Champion continues, ”’Push’ is about the imagined love we have with strangers in dance clubs. It’s a lo-fi new wave song that captures the moment of feeling both so good and so consumed, being crushed out on a dance floor. Where the music is loud and you have immediate sexual eye contact. Like invisible hands pushing you together. A song for that moment of lust and the unknown.”
 
The two also included a paired down version of “Love Nobody” - a down-tempo piano version to play when your crush leaves the party with someone else. Because isn’t that just the way?


Jenn Champion + Oyster Kids
Love Nobody EP

 
Tracklisting
1. Love Nobody
2. Push
3. Love Nobody (Piano Version)

Marinero’s Hella Love is available today worldwide from Hardly Art

FRI, MAY 21, 2021

Credit: Photo credit: Suchit Upadhyay

Today, May 21st marks the release of Hella Love, the label debut from Hardly Art artist Marinero. The album is about closing a chapter, with care and presence. It is a love letter to the Bay Area, where he grew up before relocating to Los Angeles. Hella Love was written, performed, and produced by Jess Sylvester with the help of Jason Kick (Mile High Club) at Vintage Synthesizer Museum in Oakland, CA, Lolipop Records in Los Angeles, CA, Jess’s bedroom in San Francisco, CA, and the homes of Bambi and Cole Browning, and Vicco Gonzalez in Portland, OR.
 
Hella Love is now available from Hardly Art. LP purchased through Hardly Art and select independent retailers in North Americain the U.K, and in Europe will receive the limited mustard yellow pan dulce (colored) vinyl (while supplies last).
 
What people are saying about Marinero:
 
“In him is the nostalgia in childhood of the era of “Penny Lane”, as if he was also squeezed from the same juices as Brian Wilson’s “Good Vibrations”.” - Marvin Magazine
 
“an album full of sublime sound spaces, where well-achieved instrumentations are mixed together with soft vocal arrangements. You know how to measure intensity and then you create a work that will not let your body free until it is finished.” [10/10] - Indie Rocks!
 
“The record is an ode to his hometown of San Francisco that he recently left for Los Angeles and is resplendent in groovy soft-rock sounds.” - Brooklyn Vegan
 
 “…heavily inspired by the stylings of grupos romanticas, electronica and a dream pop flair.”  [“Nuestra Victoria”] Remezcla 
 
“Whether it’s the psych-funk of ‘Beyond The Rainbow Tunnel’ of ‘Frisco Ball”s tears-at-the-disco vibe, the crate-digging eclecticism fused with personal stories is intoxicating and full of charm.” Shindig!
 
“A work that is as labyrinthine as it is digestible.” [10/10] - Indie Rocks!
 
“Through his anecdotes, the composer weaves a delicate and lush musical world which finds its source in the orchestral pop and soundtracks from the 60s and 70s, as well as in samba and tropicalia, or in the latin sounds of the Venezualian band Los Terricolas.” FiP


Marinero
Hella Love

Tracklisting:
1. Fanfare
2. Through the Fog
3. Minuet for the Mission
4. Nuestra Victoria
5. Luz del Faro
6. Hella Love
7. Outerlands
8. Beyond the Rainbow Tunnel
9. Hella Love
10. Maritime
11. Isle of Alcatraz
12. Frisco Ball