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Kurt Vile’s hazy, introspective folk-rock somehow sounds more effortless with each album. Stripping back some of the layers and length of 2013’s gorgeously textured Wakin On a Pretty Daze, B'lieve I'm Goin Down... chronicles the low-key but disarmingly funny inner monologue of a seemingly ordinary dude—half Neil Young and half Winnie the Pooh. It starts with a long look in the bathroom mirror (“Pretty Pimpin”) and eventually makes it to the front door (“That’s Life, tho (almost hate to say)”), with some extraordinary insights along the way.

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Another Great Kurt Vile Song

Waiting on a Pretty Daze is a terrific album (so was Smoke Ring) but if this song is any indication, we are in for a treat. Very catchy and easy to listen to. Kurt’s guitar playing is unique and his songs have a way of transporting the listener to another place. Looking forward to hearing the rest of the album and seeing Kurt on tour in Boston in October.


Love the vib. Keep it up Kurt perfect autumn music

A new dynamic approach

Kurt's new album was an immediate buy, I enjoy the ballad sounding piano and the drumming on this one. Vile's lyrics are personal, visual, and take me for a ride in my mind.


Born: January 3, 1980 in Lansdowne, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Philadelphia songwriter Kurt Vile was already recording himself at home by age 14, shortly after his bluegrass-loving father purchased him a banjo to encourage his youthful creativity. By age 17, Vile was self-releasing cassettes of his home recordings, which in the earliest days were strongly influenced by the raw slacker pop of the Drag City roster. He would continue to record prolifically, releasing cassettes and CD-Rs of his solo material while holding down a day job as a forklift operator. ...
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