Fresh Air, the new album from Homeshake is out today via Sinderlyn / Remote Control Records.
Previously released single ‘Call Me Up‘ was praised by The Fader as “push[ing] his bedroom R&B in a slightly funkier direction..a strong sense of hospitality is the track’s most defining characteristic” and I Heart Moosiq said it, “envelops us in buttery smooth, swirling warm R&B pop, leaving us in a divinely relaxed state of mind.”
Latest single ‘Khmlwugh’ debuted on Consequence of Sound who describe “Deep grooves abound, as the Edmonton musician talks of ‘kissin, huggin, makin lovin, wakin up, and gettin’ high,’ his voice intimate as though every word uttered is a sensual secret.”
Born in the bleak isolation of the secluded prairie city of Edmonton, Canada, Peter Sagar worked with friends in a number of local bands before picking up and moving to Montreal in 2011 to begin recording under the Homeshake moniker. Following two self-released cassettes (The Homeshake Tapes and Dynamic Meditation) and two acclaimed full lengths (In The Shower and Midnight Snack),Sagar releases Fresh Air.
Fresh Air continues Sagar’s exploration of dreamy, downtempo bedroom R&B and draws inspiration from such disparate artists like Sade, The Band, Broadcast, Prince, and Angelo Badalamenti. As the title Fresh Air suggests, Sagar’s songs were created to clear his listeners’ minds of negativity. Full of smokey, laid back love songs and airy productions, Sagar’s decidedly stoned sound is a breath of fresh air.
Stream / Purchase Fresh Air: https://remotecontrolrecords.lnk.to/FreshAir