Filmmaker Matt Day made a documentary about my studio process, the home we built in Vermont, and the formation of the band leading up to our first shows last february. You can watch it now on Pitchfork TV
Listen to the new Zammuto record:
Hello Everyone, we are really excited to be hitting the road again this spring with our good friends from Toronto, Snowblink. Daniela Gezundheit and Dan Goldman are a true delight to watch so be sure to get to the shows early!!! We cant wait to revisit some of these cities, and play for the first time in a few, as well. Hope to see you all there! Love, Zammuto
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Big news for ‘The Books’. We are releasing an extensive limited-edition box set of all our releases plus a lot of bonus materials, both visual and auditory towards the end of the summer. I can’t reveal any details until we get the first demo copies in a few weeks, but I am very excited about this. It will be the perfect way to wrap up a project that I lived and breathed for the first 10 years of my career.
Leading up to the release I’ll be doing an extensive series of blog posts here, where I’ll attempt to remember where and how all of ‘The Books’ tracks were made, and fill in all the detail I can surrounding the recording process and strange trajectory of the project. I’ve been threatening to do this for a while and now the time has come… I need to do it now or risk forgetting it all if I wait any longer. I apologize in advance for blog entries that sprawl and ramble. Once again, the blog is located here, and I will post occasional notes on ‘The Books’ blog, but I’ll be primarily writing at zammutosound.tumblr.com.
The first post will be tomorrow… covering the track ‘Enjoy Your Worries, You May Never Have Them Again’ and the story leading up to ‘The Books’ early days.