Folk vagabond Devendra Banhart has shared more details about his new album, Mala, his first studio album since 2009’s What Will We Be. The record will be out on March 12 through his new home label Nonesuch. That’s the cover art, above, painted by Banhart himself.
The album title, Mala, was inspired by Banhart’s fiancée, Ana Kras, a Serbian artist. According to a press release, the word “mala” is an Eastern European term of endearment (like “sweetie pie”). The album was co-produced by Banhart and Noah Georgeson and recorded at Banhart’s house in Los Angeles.
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