Piano Piano 2 Jeremiah Fraites

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Label: Mercury Classics

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Classical Crossover

Artist: Jeremiah Fraites

Composer: Jeremiah Fraites

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  • 1Ghosts03:26
  • 2Spirals04:00
  • 3Champagne04:32
  • 4Spiders03:20
  • 5Rio03:55
  • 6Welcome01:15
  • 7Extra Lives02:58
  • 8Snow Falling03:53
  • 9Pluck03:40
  • 10No Surprises04:17
  • Total Runtime35:16

Info for Piano Piano 2

Jeremiah Fraites, co-founder of “The Lumineers”, charts new territory with his second release, Piano Piano 2. It’s not a companion piece to Piano Piano as much as an outright evolution. If Fraites’ debut album was sparse and minimalist, then Piano Piano 2 is expansive and adventurous, pairing his piano with layers of percussion, acoustic guitar, strings, spoken-word snippets, and bubbling synths. There’s even a symphonic cover of Radiohead’s “No Surprises”, featuring strings from the Macedonian FAME’S Studio Orchestra and vocals from Gregory Alan Isakov. The result is a cinematic record stacked high with mood and melody, unfolding the soundtrack to a film that doesn’t actually exist.

Jeremiah Fraites, piano

Jeremiah Fraites
is the co-founder, drummer, and multi-instrumentalist of Denver folk-rock band The Lumineers. He cites Beethoven as a musical inspiration from a young age – particularly his sonatas. In 2021, Fraites released his solo debut album ‘Piano Piano’ through Dualtone Records/Mercury KX. The album is a collection of piano-centric instrumental songs that he had been working on for over a decade. It was met with critical acclaim from NPR’s Weekend Edition, Denver Post, NPR Music’s All Songs Considered, American Songwriter, and Earmilk among others

In 2019, Fraites co-wrote ‘Nightshades’, a piece originally written for the Games of Thrones series. In the same year, The Lumineers premiered a visual exploration of their album ‘III’, directed by Kevin Phillips at the Toronto International Film Festival. Fraites has also partnered with the meditation app Calm, and with music technology company Spitfire Audio, for their Originals series on a program called “Firewood Piano.” The program is based on his eccentric upright piano, nicknamed “Firewood,” on which he used to record several songs for his solo debut album.

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