In the past few weeks, Mount Eerie’s newest album Clear Moon has been reviewed by NPR, Consequence of Sound, and was lauded as “Best New Music” on Pitchfork.
Mount Eerie was recently featured in a Huffington Post article focusing on bands that choose to live and work in solitary locales. Phil Elverum (a.k.a.Mount Eerie) is featured alongside Bon Iver and Bowerbirds, who all record in their secluded home towns, which adds a lot to their unique sound. You can read the whole article here.
In a review from Tiny Mix Tapes, Clear Moon is thoroughly analyzed. “Two tracks here, ‘the Place Lives’ and ‘the Place I Live,’ work brilliantly together to demonstrate the sheer dynamism and malleability of this new sonic space.” The article goes on to examine Phil Elverum’s sound, lyrics, and recording style. If you’re feeling brave, then take on the article in its entirety overhere.