Due to hit shelves on March 4th via Polyvinyl, the 10-track effort was produced by none other than Ryan Adams. Though this marks Goodman’s first collaboration with the Heartbreaker songwriter, La Sera guitarist Todd Wisenbaker contributed extensively to Adams’ recently released Taylor Swift covers album, 1989.
According to Adams, it was the new La Sera album that helped inspire what would eventually become 1989. “If it wasn’t for [Music for Listening to Music To], the record would have never happened,” he previously told Rolling Stone.
As a preview of the Hour of the Dawn follow-up, La Sera has shared “High Notes”, a jangly, two-minute tune that comes with its own soaring harmonica outro. Listen in below.
Also, check out a trailer for the album, followed by its artwork and tracklist.
Music for Listening to Music To Artwork:
Music for Listening to Music To Tracklist:
01. High Notes
02. A Thousand Ways
03. One True Love
04. Begins to Rain
05. Take My Heart
06. I Need an Angel
07. Time to Go
08. Shadows of Your Love
10. Too Little Too Late