Umbrella Mistress

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Umbrella Mistress
UmbrellaMistress.jpg
Studio album by Omar Rodríguez-López
Released September 9, 2016
Recorded 2011-2012
Genre Psychedelic pop, Folk
Length 33:27
Label Ipecac Recordings
Producer Omar Rodríguez-López
Omar Rodríguez-López solo chronology
Arañas en la Sombra
(2016) Arañas en la Sombra2016
Umbrella Mistress
(2016) Umbrella Mistress2016
El Bien y Mal Nos Une
(2016) El Bien y Mal Nos Une2016
Omar Rodríguez-López chronology
Antemasque
(2014) Antemasque2014
Umbrella Mistress
(2016) Umbrella Mistress2016
Crystal Fairy
(2017) Crystal Fairy2017

Umbrella Mistress is the thirty-first studio album by Omar Rodríguez-López as a solo artist, released on 9 September 2016. It is his fifth release in the 12 album series initiated by Ipecac Recordings.[1]

"Tell Me What I Did Wrong" was uploaded in advance as the album's single.

Background[edit]

"Through Wires" first appeared on the 2012 album Saber, Querer, Osar y Callar as "Fear Eats The Soul" with a slightly extended version.

"Winter's Gone" is a full-band recording of a song that was first released through Bandcamp on February 24, 2014 a single offering from the newly announced Nadie Sound label; the track served as Omar's first solo output in nearly a year since ¿Sólo Extraño? had been released on March 8, 2013. This song, as well as several others, features Teri Gender Bender (Le Butcherettes, Bosnian Rainbows) on backing vocals.

"Eastern Promises" borrows its name from a 2007 film by David Cronenberg, whom Rodriguez-Lopez frequenly mentioned as an influence.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Saloenliaze" – 3:09
  2. "Umbrella Mistress" – 3:42
  3. "Houses Full of Hurt" – 2:37
  4. "Eastern Promises" – 3:52
  5. "Blood Count" – 2:00
  6. "Through Wires" – 3:35
  7. "Blue Pale Queen" – 4:05
  8. "Tell Me What I Did Wrong" – 3:58
  9. "Winter's Gone" – 2:42
  10. "Diamond Teeth" – 3:47

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format
Worldwide September 9, 2016 Ipecac Recordings Digital download[2]

References[edit]