Australian producer Thrupence has shared his debut LP 'Ideas of Aesthetics' on Future Classic.
The Melbourne artist knows a thing or two to back up that title, having designed the stunning cover of RÜFÜS' 'Bloom' and his own new release's.
Speaking of the album, the multi-instrumentalist said: "'Ideas of Aesthetics' is a collection of songs made over the last six years. Some songs date back to 2011, others were finished in the last six months. It has become a diary of places I've lived and people I've met over this time."
The album features vocals from Thrupence's brother Edward Vanzet, on previously released track 'Conversations', and Future Classic label mate Wafia.
Stream 'Forest On The Sun' below.
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