9 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s third album filters the warped, psychedelic strangeness of 2011’s Unknown Mortal Orchestra and 2013’s II through the novelistic side of soul artists like Prince and Stevie Wonder. Named in part after multi-instrumentalist mastermind Ruban Nielson’s difficult foray into polyamory, Multi-Love explores huge themes (trust, love, family) with vintage synthesizers and analog haze, flirting with disco (“Can’t Keep Checking My Phone”), funk (“Necessary Evil”), and soft rock along the way.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s third album filters the warped, psychedelic strangeness of 2011’s Unknown Mortal Orchestra and 2013’s II through the novelistic side of soul artists like Prince and Stevie Wonder. Named in part after multi-instrumentalist mastermind Ruban Nielson’s difficult foray into polyamory, Multi-Love explores huge themes (trust, love, family) with vintage synthesizers and analog haze, flirting with disco (“Can’t Keep Checking My Phone”), funk (“Necessary Evil”), and soft rock along the way.

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