On Saturday Night, Tim breaks away from the Ought to offer some deeper introspection and experimentation.
Listen to “Tall Glass of Water” here:
This Darcy solo album is sure to please the most discerning of fans. Tim explores similar territories, albeit in a more evocative and deeply emotional way.
“A personal meditation reveals itself across these songs as you feel a poetic, thoughtful person attempting to reconcile a schism, one that grows more expansive as Saturday Night flows along.” -Tim Darcy
Saturday Night is pure, consistent, and brings a form of raw energy in subdued by emotional strength and general uneasiness about what the future holds.
Tim says about his first solo album:
“It is a journey, but it’s a really fun, gratifying one; like a poem where you’re not supposed to know exactly how to feel at that last line and you’re left just bursting with a wonderful emptiness.” Tim Darcy
Tim Darcy –Saturday Night
Saturday Night boasts intimacy and introspection, which should come as no surprise from Tim Darcy.
Darcy dabbles with sounds of folk and Americana, yet continues to write material that’s sure to please his most loyal fans.
Released by Jagjaguwar, this album offers a great first effort by Ought’s lead man, Tim Darcy.
- Tall Glass of Water
- Joan, Pt. 1, 2
- You Felt Comfort
- Still Waking Up
- First Final Days
- Saturday Night
- Found My Limit
- Saint Germain
- What’d You Release?
- Beyond Me
- Joan, Pt. 3
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