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USA III: Rail

Dan Deacon

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USA III: Rail

Dan Deacon

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Label: Domino Recording Co
As expansive as its title, Dan Deacon's debut album for Domino grapples with big themes. Inspired by cross-country rail trips and, he says, "by my frustration, fear and anger towards the country and world I live in and am a part of," it's a buoyant, ebullient record, bursting at the seams with sing-along choruses and mountain-sized melodies. Deacon's work alongside So Percussion colors songs like "Prettyboy" and "USA III: Rail," lush with mallet instruments and reminiscent of Steve Reich, while buzzing synthesizers and overdriven drums expand on Deacon's electrifying sound.

About This Album

As expansive as its title, Dan Deacon's debut album for Domino grapples with big themes. Inspired by cross-country rail trips and, he says, "by my frustration, fear and anger towards the country and world I live in and am a part of," it's a buoyant, ebullient record, bursting at the seams with sing-along choruses and mountain-sized melodies. Deacon's work alongside So Percussion colors songs like "Prettyboy" and "USA III: Rail," lush with mallet instruments and reminiscent of Steve Reich, while buzzing synthesizers and overdriven drums expand on Deacon's electrifying sound.

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About This Album

As expansive as its title, Dan Deacon's debut album for Domino grapples with big themes. Inspired by cross-country rail trips and, he says, "by my frustration, fear and anger towards the country and world I live in and am a part of," it's a buoyant, ebullient record, bursting at the seams with sing-along choruses and mountain-sized melodies. Deacon's work alongside So Percussion colors songs like "Prettyboy" and "USA III: Rail," lush with mallet instruments and reminiscent of Steve Reich, while buzzing synthesizers and overdriven drums expand on Deacon's electrifying sound.