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EDITORS’ NOTES

Tom Krell fully embraces pop on his fourth LP. Featuring co-production from Dre Skull, Jack Antonoff, and more, Care wraps the singer/songwriter’s voice in a disarming blend of lush electronics (see: the gumdrop melodies of “What’s Up”) and acoustic warmth (see: the nourishing guitar solo of “Lost You / Lost Youth”) that manages to be dreamy and direct all at once.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Tom Krell fully embraces pop on his fourth LP. Featuring co-production from Dre Skull, Jack Antonoff, and more, Care wraps the singer/songwriter’s voice in a disarming blend of lush electronics (see: the gumdrop melodies of “What’s Up”) and acoustic warmth (see: the nourishing guitar solo of “Lost You / Lost Youth”) that manages to be dreamy and direct all at once.

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Tom saved my life 3 times already, let’s do it again

williamplong

I said goodbye to a best friend for a long time with Love Remains. I buried a grandparent to Total Loss. I fell in love to “What Is This Heart?”. Took the love of my life on a first date to see Tom perform live. What more can I say? It only gets better from there.

LOVE!

TheVampireChick05

Another masterpiece...keep up the great work!! ❤️

Engaged

theglassboi

After going to the Queer Film Festival in PDX, and watching Contemporary Colour, orchestrated by David Byrne, I was truly engaged with the artists: Nelly Furtado, Beastie Boys, Lucius. Through the process I was introduced to new musicians, including Tom Krell, aka HTDW.

This new album is gorgeously weaved together. It is pensive, sultry and highly recommended.

About How to Dress Well

As How to Dress Well, Tom Krell makes ghostly, affecting R&B. While he was living in Brooklyn, Krell performed live experimental music as How to Dress Well by looping layers of his voice, and he began recording under that name after moving to Berlin. He released the first How to Dress Well EP, The Eternal Love, in October 2009 as a free download via his blog, and more EPs followed through April 2010. Krell signed to Lefse Records, which released his first official single, Ready for the World, in July 2010; his acclaimed debut album, Love Remains, arrived that October. Two years later, Krell returned with Total Loss, a more cleanly recorded set of songs -- inspired by trying to be positive in the face of adversity -- that featured co-production by XL Records executive Rodaidh McDonald. McDonald and Krell teamed up again for 2014's ambitious What Is This Heart? Two years later, Krell took his music in a much poppier direction on Care, which featured production by Bleachers' Jack Antonoff, Dre Skull, Kara-Lis Coverdale, and CFCF. ~ Heather Phares

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