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"In Season 5, the long-awaited fifth full-length by beach-pop project The Tyde, frontman Darren Rademaker unveils his vision of an '80s-inspired Suave Nouveau, with a clutch of sweet, melancholic love songs evoking lush mustaches, mellow macho, the ghost of Jimmy Buffett, white sand beaches, flamingos swooping across a cerulean sky, speedboats cutting through the bay and pastel linen suits billowing in the breeze as the sun dips beneath the horizon."Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de León 'discovered' Florida in 1513, naming the peninsula La Florida, the flowering land. In Season 5, Rademaker reflects on his own return to the flowering land, and the artistic diaspora that caused him to quit California in 2020 in search of a New World of his own. 'I lived in Florida from the ages of ten to twenty-five, but never really got to explore it,' he says. 'When I came back, I decided to really embrace the whole Florida aesthetic. I moved into an art deco home in Sarasota with pink seashell lamps. I visited Key West, like seven times. I also quit smoking weed and cigarettes, and stopped saying shit like LOL and amazeballs. It felt different. It felt good.'"The record features the talents of many good friends, including Dan Horne, Colby Buddelmeyer, Matt Correia (Allah-Las), Clay Finch (Mapache), Albert Hickman, Derek James (The Entrance Band), Alex Knost (Tomorrow's Tulips) and Adam MacDougall (Circles Around The Sun / Black Crowes), with artist / musician Matt Fishbeck (Holy Shit) designing the deco-inspired album artwork. "And as much as they are inspired by the past, these songs are keenly aware of an uncertain future-because there is no such thing as a time machine, and there is no going back. Ultimately, Season 5 asks the question-where do we go after the sun sets on our dreams? Where the fuck is the New New World? In Rademaker's eyes, it no longer exists in any specific American geography-rather, all hope remains in the timeless, unending power of music, and it's power to take us to the places we wish we could be. Even if they don't exist anymore." -Caroline Ryder
"In Season 5, the long-awaited fifth full-length by beach-pop project The Tyde, frontman Darren Rademaker unveils his vision of an '80s-inspired Suave Nouveau, with a clutch of sweet, melancholic love songs evoking lush mustaches, mellow macho, the ghost of Jimmy Buffett, white sand beaches, flamingos swooping across a cerulean sky, speedboats cutting through the bay and pastel linen suits billowing in the breeze as the sun dips beneath the horizon."Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de León 'discovered' Florida in 1513, naming the peninsula La Florida, the flowering land. In Season 5, Rademaker reflects on his own return to the flowering land, and the artistic diaspora that caused him to quit California in 2020 in search of a New World of his own. 'I lived in Florida from the ages of ten to twenty-five, but never really got to explore it,' he says. 'When I came back, I decided to really embrace the whole Florida aesthetic. I moved into an art deco home in Sarasota with pink seashell lamps. I visited Key West, like seven times. I also quit smoking weed and cigarettes, and stopped saying shit like LOL and amazeballs. It felt different. It felt good.'"The record features the talents of many good friends, including Dan Horne, Colby Buddelmeyer, Matt Correia (Allah-Las), Clay Finch (Mapache), Albert Hickman, Derek James (The Entrance Band), Alex Knost (Tomorrow's Tulips) and Adam MacDougall (Circles Around The Sun / Black Crowes), with artist / musician Matt Fishbeck (Holy Shit) designing the deco-inspired album artwork. "And as much as they are inspired by the past, these songs are keenly aware of an uncertain future-because there is no such thing as a time machine, and there is no going back. Ultimately, Season 5 asks the question-where do we go after the sun sets on our dreams? Where the fuck is the New New World? In Rademaker's eyes, it no longer exists in any specific American geography-rather, all hope remains in the timeless, unending power of music, and it's power to take us to the places we wish we could be. Even if they don't exist anymore." -Caroline Ryder
096962271749
Season 5
Artist: The Tyde
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $41.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Heal Thyself
3. Track 3
4. Tropical Madness
5. Track 5
6. Glades
7. Track 7
8. Did You See the Sunrise
9. Track 9
10. Legend of the Lost Art
11. Track 11
12. Streetwise
13. Track 13
14. Use Them
15. Track 15
16. Leaving California
17. Track 17
18. Let Me Hear the Music

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"In Season 5, the long-awaited fifth full-length by beach-pop project The Tyde, frontman Darren Rademaker unveils his vision of an '80s-inspired Suave Nouveau, with a clutch of sweet, melancholic love songs evoking lush mustaches, mellow macho, the ghost of Jimmy Buffett, white sand beaches, flamingos swooping across a cerulean sky, speedboats cutting through the bay and pastel linen suits billowing in the breeze as the sun dips beneath the horizon."Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de León 'discovered' Florida in 1513, naming the peninsula La Florida, the flowering land. In Season 5, Rademaker reflects on his own return to the flowering land, and the artistic diaspora that caused him to quit California in 2020 in search of a New World of his own. 'I lived in Florida from the ages of ten to twenty-five, but never really got to explore it,' he says. 'When I came back, I decided to really embrace the whole Florida aesthetic. I moved into an art deco home in Sarasota with pink seashell lamps. I visited Key West, like seven times. I also quit smoking weed and cigarettes, and stopped saying shit like LOL and amazeballs. It felt different. It felt good.'"The record features the talents of many good friends, including Dan Horne, Colby Buddelmeyer, Matt Correia (Allah-Las), Clay Finch (Mapache), Albert Hickman, Derek James (The Entrance Band), Alex Knost (Tomorrow's Tulips) and Adam MacDougall (Circles Around The Sun / Black Crowes), with artist / musician Matt Fishbeck (Holy Shit) designing the deco-inspired album artwork. "And as much as they are inspired by the past, these songs are keenly aware of an uncertain future-because there is no such thing as a time machine, and there is no going back. Ultimately, Season 5 asks the question-where do we go after the sun sets on our dreams? Where the fuck is the New New World? In Rademaker's eyes, it no longer exists in any specific American geography-rather, all hope remains in the timeless, unending power of music, and it's power to take us to the places we wish we could be. Even if they don't exist anymore." -Caroline Ryder
        
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