Dent May Announces New Record “Across the Multiverse,” Out 8/18 on Carpark, Shares Title Track Featuring Frankie Cosmos

Singer-songwriter Dent May is thrilled to announce his new album Across the Multiverse will be released on August 18 on Carpark Records. May premiered the record’s title track, which features Frankie Cosmos, today via Stereogum.


Dent May – self-described hotel bar lounge singer and aspiring daytime TV talk show host – has been charming his way into the hearts of music fans since the release of his debut album The Good Feeling Music of Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele on Animal Collective’s Paw Tracks label in 2009. The Mississippi-born, Los Angeles-based songwriter, performer, and Dolly Parton enthusiast has since released two more acclaimed records, Do Things (2012) and Warm Blanket (2013), dropped the holiday smash “I’ll Be Stoned For Christmas,” and played hundreds of shows from Shanghai to Chicago. His latest album, Across the Multiverse, is an interstellar voyage of mythic proportions.

Across The Multiverse, which includes the previously released single “Face Down In The Gutter Of Your Love,” is available for pre-order via Carpark and iTunes.

Dent May – Across the Multiverse

August 18, 2017 – Carpark Records

1. Hello Cruel World

2. Picture On A Screen

3. Across The Multiverse (feat. Frankie Cosmos)

4. Dream 4 Me

5. Take Me To Heaven

6. 90210

7. Face Down In The Gutter Of Your Love

8. A Little Bit Goes A Long Way

9. Don’t Let Them

10. I’m Gonna Live Forever Until I’m Dead

11. Distance To The Moon

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