TAME IMPALA Announces the Special Concert on BBC Radio 1 on Today
Tame Impala and Annie Mac – BBC Radio 1

TAME IMPALA announces the special concert on BBC Radio 1 on November 11th, 2020 (today). This performance will also take place in their hometown of Perth, Australia.

Kevin Parker and his famous band have performed a few more social distance live shows this year. These live performances for support of the TAME IMPALA‘s latest album “The Slow Rush“, which also release on February 14th, 2020. This album starts with these words: “Do you remember we were standing here a year ago / Our minds were racing and time went slow / If there was trouble in the world we didn’t know / If we ever cared we didn’t show.”

BBC Radio 1’s host Annie Mac also shared on Instagram a statement for this TAME IMPALA’s tonight event: 

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The latest album from Tame Impala is called The Slow Rush. It starts with these words Do you remember we were standing here a year ago / Our minds were racing and time went slow / If there was trouble in the world we didn't know / If we ever cared we didn't show" Like so much music, there is a whole new resonance to these lyrics in light of the events of 2020. It was released on valentines day of this year, just when Covid 19 was becoming more than a rumour. Just when everything stopped and time went really fast. Suddenly it’s November and I don’t know how it’s November because time has flown but somehow February feels like a decade ago. The nine months that have passed since then have been the opposite of a slow rush – a fast sludge? A quick crawl? Thank f**k for music. Tonight Tame Impala have recorded us a live gig from their studio in Perth. They filmed it themselves and you can hear it and see it at 7pm on @bbcr1 and on the Radio 1 youtube. Kevin Parker will be our special guest chatting through his year. X

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“Like so much music, there is a whole new resonance to these lyrics in light of the events of 2020. It was released on Valentine’s day of this year, just when Covid 19 was becoming more than a rumor. Just when everything stopped and time went really fast.

Suddenly it’s November and I don’t know how it’s November because time has flown but somehow February feels like a decade ago. The nine months that have passed since then have been the opposite of a slow rush – a fast sludge? A quick crawl? Thank f**k for music.”

TAME IMPALA‘s upcoming performance will broadcast tonight at 7 PM on BBC Radio 1 and on its official YouTube channel. You can also listen to ‘Is It True‘ performance below!

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