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Current Joys’ bold coming of age debut LP, originally released under the moniker TELE/VISIONS in 2013, remains a fan favorite. Holding strong a decade later, it’s lead single "New Flesh" has over 250 million streams worldwide and continues to be one of the most shared songs online. The perfect blend of sentimental and uplifting, touching on themes of longing, exclusion and hope this album embodies the signature sounds of Current Joys - through lofi bedroom production and his layered, skillfully looped melodies Rattigan dives headfirst into the raw emotion behind each song leaving the list.

Current Joys’ bold coming of age debut LP, originally released under the moniker TELE/VISIONS in 2013, remains a fan favorite. Holding strong a decade later, it’s lead single "New Flesh" has over 250 million streams worldwide and continues to be one of the most shared songs online. The perfect blend of sentimental and uplifting, touching on themes of longing, exclusion and hope this album embodies the signature sounds of Current Joys - through lofi bedroom production and his layered, skillfully looped melodies Rattigan dives headfirst into the raw emotion behind each song leaving the list.

617308019940
Wild Heart [LP]
Artist: Current Joys
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to order 3-5 days $20.98
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DISC: 1

1. My Blood
2. New York City
3. Televisions
4. Blade Running
5. New Flesh
6. Blondie
7. I'm Terrified
8. Symphonia IX
9. Strange Life
10. You Broke My Heart

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Current Joys’ bold coming of age debut LP, originally released under the moniker TELE/VISIONS in 2013, remains a fan favorite. Holding strong a decade later, it’s lead single "New Flesh" has over 250 million streams worldwide and continues to be one of the most shared songs online. The perfect blend of sentimental and uplifting, touching on themes of longing, exclusion and hope this album embodies the signature sounds of Current Joys - through lofi bedroom production and his layered, skillfully looped melodies Rattigan dives headfirst into the raw emotion behind each song leaving the list.

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