Bury Me At Makeout Creek
|Label||Double Double Whammy|
Mitski warmly recalls a quote from sculptor El Anatsui, “Art grows out of each particular situation, and I believe that artists are better off working with whatever their environment throws up.” With this nerve exposed lyrically, and having dived into her new beginning, Mitski chooses her 2014 breakthrough album ‘Bury Me at Makeout Creek’ to explore uncharted sonic territory, trading in large string arrangements for guitar and bass. Since releasing ‘Bury Me at Makeout Creek,’ Mitski has received international acclaim for her distinct, arresting sound and profoundly reflective lyrics. She follows El Anatsui’s humbling advice, cathartically revealing snapshots from her adventures in youth, and the empowerment found in sharing these stories with others. This version of ‘Bury Me At Makeout ...