Peter Silberman’s ‘Impermanence’ out today

Peter Silberman's debut album under his own name, Impermanence, is out today - it's a truly unique record and we're so proud to be able to release something that will hopefully provide the soundtrack to some truly peaceful and contemplative moments. The sound is minimal, and often stark in contrast to the music Peter made with The Antlers; it was actually their last tour, and the hearing problems it caused, that became the inspiration for something so sombre, even heartbreaking, but always beautiful. The album is now available to stream and we'd really recommend taking 45 minutes to let the whole thing play through.

It's been amazing to see some of the reviews for the album, The Guardian even comparing his voice to the intensity of Jeff Buckley or Anohni, "it’s vulnerable without being precious or cloying". They concluded in giving it 4 stars, Exclaim (8/10), musicOMH (4*) and Paste (8/10) all reacting similarly. We hope you feel the same!

The album is of course available on vinyl and CD, both come with a bonus CD whilst stocks last.

To go with the release today, Peter has compiled archival footage, in a similar way to New York, for a new video to go with Ahimsa, that was premiered via Noisey this morning. Watch both videos via YouTube. Ahimsa has been out since last week, when new shows for Peter in the UK and Europe were announced for April.

For more music by Peter Silberman, try The Antlers catalogue, as well as Slips Away and Transcendless Summer, both released last year just before the announce of the album Impermanence.


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