Today Langhorne Slim shares a music video for his single “Zombie.” The video was directed by Joshua Shoemaker and shot in Nashville, TN. It’s an absurdist take on a typical relationship music video where Slim dates a zombie and finds himself stumbling through horror tropes. Inspired by classic horror films such as Scream, Psycho and The Shining. Watch here
On November 10th, Langhorne Slim will release his newest LP, Lost at Last Vol. 1 via Dualtone. Since announcing the album he has shared several singles and tracks by way of 3 EPs –Never Break, Life Is Confusing and most recently, Funny Feelin‘. “Zombie” continues to enjoy support at Triple A and non-comm radio and is the #1 most added album at Americana with airplay from core stations like KCSN (Los Angeles), KCMP-The Current (Minneapolis), KDHX (St Louis), KTHX (Reno), KRSH (Santa Rosa), WMOT Roots Radio (Nashville), KPFT (Houston), WMNF (Tampa) and more. The single was recently featured as KCRW’s “Today’s Top Tune” and the single continues to receive support at stations across the country including WXPN (Philadelphia), Sirius XM The Loft, KJAC-The Colorado Sound (Denver), WRLT-Lightning 100 (Nashville), KEXP (Seattle), WYEP (Pittsburgh), WFUV (New York) and more.
Lost at Last Vol. 1 is the follow up to 2015’s The Spirit Moves (Dualtone) which The Guardian praised for its “forehead vein bulging, raw and raucous delivery.” Lost at Last Vol. 1 was produced by Kenny Siegal, Malachi DeLorenzo, and Langhorne Slim, and was recorded at Panoramic House Studio in Marin County, CA.
Langhorne Slim has enjoyed a long successful career dating back to his debut EP, Electric Love Letter. NPR has labeled him a “supercharged folksinger” while he has likened his music to “country punk.” He hails from New Hope, PA and when not on the road he currently resides in Nashville, TN. Langhorne has appeared on The Late Show With David Letterman and Conan and has played numerous festivals including Newport Folk Fest, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza. Lost at Last Vol. 1 marks his sixth studio album. Fans can pre-order Lost at Last Vol. 1 here.