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Before long, Prochet had skipped Paris to hang and record in Parker’s hometown of Perth, Australia.There, working in Parker’s home studio, the singer fleshed out tracks she’d recorded earlier at her grandparents’ house in the south of France.Emmett "Doc" Brown, whom she first regarded as eccentric and strange.Jennifer is mostly a positive person, knowing what to say to Marty if he needed cheering up, and wondering what happy life she might have in the future.Enjoying a refreshing Moscow mule on a sunny afternoon on Manhattan's Randall's Island, Kevin Parker, the one-man creative force behind Australian psychedelic rock project Tame Impala, fiddles with the wooden mala prayer beads wrapped around his wrist, one of many bracelets given to him by fans while on tour this summer.It's a reminder of where he has been recently and a good indicator of how far he has come.
"Before, I was part of an indie way of life, so I saw everyone that was successful as silly -- like, 'Oh, they just want to be famous.' I shut that out," explains Parker, outfitted in jeans, a white T-shirt and a blue scarf double-draped around his neck. The new me just sees it as what the melody wants to do."Tame Impala, Flume Clean Up At The ARIAs In the studio, Tame Impala is all Parker, a multihyphenate, multi-instrumental talent a la Beck or Prince.
An old, charming, single storey abode surrounded by modern warehouses and factories, it looks as out-of-place as you'd expect of a man whose music sounds like it's from another age.
A lounge room is littered with throw cushions, Supertramp LPs and empty bottles.
A ramshackle drum kit, a guitar covered in duct tape and some battered vintage synths only help compound the disparity between the sprawling sonic opus that is , both musically – first single "'Cause I'm a Man" eschews his trademark guitar riffs for dreamy electro and R&B beats – and lyrically.
For the first time ever Parker's vocals feature prominently in the mix, and the personal, first-person lyrics are sometimes brutally honest: "'Cause I'm a man, woman, I'll never be as strong as you," he sings in the single.