The Weather Station Debuts “Parking Lot”

The Weather Station releases Ignorance on February 5th, via Next Door Records. Ahead of the album's arrival, the project of project of
The Weather station "Parking Lot"

The Weather Station releases Ignorance on February 5th, via Next Door Records. Ahead of the album’s arrival, the project of project of Tamara Lindeman, has shared album track “Parking Lot,” the track, follows previous singles “Atlantic”, “Tried to Tell You”, and “Robber”. ‘Everywhere we go there is an outside, over all of these ceilings hangs a sky // And it kills me when I – you know it just kills me when I see some bird fly // It just kills me, and I don’t know why.’ In the accompanying video, spontaneously shot and directed by Lindeman and Adam Crosby, Lindeman walks across an expansive field, a lavender-tinted sky as the horizon.

From The Weather Station’s

“‘Parking Lot’ is my strange gentle disco song about a humble encounter with a bird and being tired and being in love, and being heartbroken in ways I didn’t quite yet understand,” says Lindeman. “I don’t fully know how everything connects in this song other than it obviously does. I wanted to make the recording very passionate and beautiful while also being very muscular while also being very gentle, and so I did.”

The Weather Station
Ignorance
Tracklist

1.Robber
2. Atlantic
3. Tried To Tell You
4. Parking Lot
5. Loss
6. Separated
7. Wear
8. Trust
9. Heart
10. Subdivisions

pre-order Ignorance by The Weather Station HERE