Duval Timothy

Help

Carrying Colour

CC003SP

Duval Timothy

Help

Carrying Colour

CC003SP

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ARTIST
Duval Timothy
TITLE
Help
LABEL
Carrying Colour
CAT NO.
CC003SP
FORMAT
2 x LP
RELEASE DATE
  • 21/05/2021 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Electronic Jazz
FEATURING
Duval Timothy Lil Silva Melanie Faye Mr Mitch Twin Shadow
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Next Tomorrow
  2. A2. Slave feat. Twin Shadow
  3. A3 TDAGB
  4. A4. Fall Again feat. Lil Silva and Melanie Faye
  5. A5. 9
  6. B1. Groundnut feat. Twin Shadow
  7. B2. Like
  8. B3. Radish
  9. B4. Something feat. Mr Mitch
  10. C1. Alone
  11. C2. Still Happened
  12. C3. Look
  13. C4. Same
  14. D1. Ice
  15. D2. C
  16. D3. U
  17. D4. Morning
  18. D5. Pink

SALES NOTES

Released in August 2020 to much acclaim, as well as receiving many accolades as one of the best albums of 2020, Duval Timothy present Help (2021 edition).

This new and limited edition will be released independently by Duval Timothy’s Carrying Colour label, fashion brand and shop. It comes on 2 x 140g milky clear vinyl, with new 2 x 12" square posters and shrink-wrapped.

Help was recorded in London and Los Angeles, and reveals the artists' experience traversing the meshes of the music industry, mental health, YouTube self-help videos, and the healing he discovered through friendship and collaboration. Co-produced by Rodaidh McDonald (King Krule, The XX) and Marta Salogni (Bjork), with collaborations from Lil Silva, Melanie Faye, Vegyn, Desta Haile, Mr Mitch, Dave Okumo, and Twin Shadow amongst others.

Duval Timothy is a multidisciplinary artist, whose practise is centred around colour and involves the use of music, photography, textiles, painting, sculpture, design, cooking and video. In between delivering a celebrated cookbook for Penguin Books, and an interactive installation at Tate Modern Turbine Hall, Duval makes music, which is sampled by the likes of Solange and Loyle Carner and collaborates frequetly with cktrl, Vegyn, Kwes, and Mr Mitch.

Published: 22nd April 2021

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