Within the wake of the Walkmen, the band’s particular person members began churning out music. For instance, former frontman Hamilton Leithauser stormed proper out the gates with 2014’s Black Hours, after which adopted that together with his 2016 album-length collab with Rostam, I Had A Dream That You Have been Mine. However in between, there was additionally the 2015 album he and fellow former Walkman Paul Maroon made, Expensive God.
You’d be forgiven if you’re not all that conversant in Expensive God — most individuals aren’t. The duo launched it as a brilliant restricted vinyl-only endeavor. A few the songs made it on-line through the years, and a few of them have been carried out stay. However, largely, you needed to have the precise bodily factor to listen to Expensive God. As a press assertion amusingly places it: “The dumbest concept Ham and Paul ever had. It offered out and Ham and Paul moved on shortly with their lives and forgot about Expensive God till final week once they remembered it.”
Properly, at the least they lastly remembered it, as a result of now all of us get to simply hear it for the primary time. Expensive God is now, seven years after its preliminary launch, lastly streaming. It’s virtually like a bonus new album from the Walkmen sphere! Test it out under.