Mount Eerie

Mount Eerie



Mount Eerie is the musical project of Anacortes, Washington-based songwriter and producer Phil Elverum. Elverum (formerly of The Microphones) is the principal member of the band, but has collaborated with many other musicians on his records and in live performances. Most of Mount Eerie's releases have been issued on Elverum's label P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd., and feature inventive and highly detailed packaging with his own artwork.[1]



Now Only
Now Only is an album by musical group Mount Eerie, released on March 16, 2018.
A Crow Looked at Me
A Crow Looked at Me is the eighth studio album by Mount Eerie, the solo project of American musician Phil Elverum.
Lost Wisdom
Lost Wisdom is an album by Mount Eerie, with Canadian musicians Julie Doiron and Frederick Squire.
Sauna is the seventh full-length album by Mount Eerie (a.k.a.

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Mount Eerie Continues To Process His Loss With Latest Album 'Now Only'
  –  March 16, 2018
Part of what makes Mount Eerie's latest endeavors so affecting is Elverum's insistence on dressing down his work as much as possible, writing what he terms "barely music". This was expounded upon in A Crow Looked At Me as he sang, "Death is real / And it's ...
On ‘Now Only,’ Mount Eerie peers into a void
  –  March 14, 2018
Before his 2017 album “A Crow Looked at Me,” singer/songwriter Phil Elverum, who earned indie acclaim as the Microphones before adopting the moniker Mount Eerie, had taken the ... with the passage of time. The music is slightly less skeletal, with ...
Mount Eerie’s Phil Elverum Gets Introspective About His Connection To Lil Peep
  –  March 14, 2018
Love and death have a tendency to change peoples opinions on little things like music, sampling, and life itself. For example, when Phil Elverum — better known as Mount Eerie — first saw Lil Peeps videos, “White Wine,” and “Beamerboy,” in which ...
Phil Elverum On Critical Acclaim, Lil Peep, & Mount Eerie’s New Album Now Only
  –  March 14, 2018
Since adopting the Mount Eerie moniker almost 15 years ago, Phil Elverum’s mostly remained in the same place. In the early 2000s, he returned to his island hometown of Anacortes, Washington after spending five years in Olympia making music as the ...
New Music: Erasure, Francis and the Lights, Mount Eerie, Mark Kozelek
  –  February 15, 2018
Erasure will release World Beyond on March 9th, an alternative “post-classical” take on last year’s absolutely stunning World Be Gone. World Be Gone was a close to perfect synth pop album. A reinterpretation should surely add something to that.
Grouper, Dirty Projectors, Mount Eerie to play Sled Island
  –  February 13, 2018
picked up the 2017 Polaris Music Prize. Washington’s Mount Eerie, the musical project of Phil Elverum, is also scheduled to perform. His 2017 indie-folk record, A Crow Looked At Me, was one of the most critically acclaimed records of the year.

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