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Seasons of Your Day

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Seventeen years after Mazzy Star's last album, Among My Swan, guitarist David Roback and singer Hope Sandoval return with Seasons of Your Day, an album that revisits and revitalizes their psychedelic dream-pop with a heavy acoustic presence. Recorded over 15 years in California, London, and Norway, it fulfills a fan’s notion of what Mazzy Star should be. The late U.K. folk guitar legend Bert Jansch appears on the bluesy “Spoon” as Sandoval emerges from the shadows. A church organ meets up with a low-key band for “In the Kingdom.” But it’s with the droning acoustic guitars and higher reverb count adorning “California” that vintage Mazzy Star falls into place. With all the duos and groups that have recently explored this contemplative style, it’s easy to forget that Mazzy Star (and Roback's earlier group, Opal) were among the first to make this type of black-light music, borrowing from the Velvet Underground’s quietest moments and mixing them with a Laurel Canyon mysticism. However, songs here like “I’ve Gotta Stop,” “Common Burn," and “Sparrow” should remind everyone who does it best.

Customer Reviews

A wish come true

The news of this release has made my year for music. Mazzy Star is still a dream to listen to.

Mazzy Star, where have you been all these years

Normally I listen to a lot of extreme metal (black and death metal) but I've always had a soft spot and undying love for Mazzy Star and, to this day, routinely listen to 'So That Tonight I May See' (listening to it right now) and Among My Swan' and I am overjoyed that they are finally putting out a new album. If the rest of the album is as good as the two singles I'm sure the album will be five stars.


This album is soooo good. Even though its 17 years since their last album, this feels like a smooth continuation from where they left off. Hope's voice has progressed and become much more nuanced and soulful over the years. Her solo albums with the Warm Inventions were good, but there's something about David Roback's guitar work that just elevates their collaboration to a whole new level. I might be a bit biased as a fan for over 20 years now, but this is easily one of the best albums of the year by any standard.


Formed: 1989 in Santa Monica, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

If psychedelic music had a voice in '90s post-punk, Mazzy Star may have been its strongest reincarnation. That doesn't necessarily mean that fans of the Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead will find the band to their liking, however. Mazzy Star much preferred the dark side of psychedelia, as exemplified by the most distended tracks of the Doors and the Velvet Underground. Their fuzzy guitar workouts and plaintive folky compositions are often suffused in a dissociative ennui that is very much...
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