Music Farm, the self-described “independent label for music producers and artists” founded in 2012, released a new album titled Downtown on Friday titled “The New City,” a nod to the city that was created in a previous version of the album, which also contained a song titled “City,” by indie-rockers BABYMETAL.
The new album includes six songs and was produced by indie music producers, such as David Bowie, who recorded on the album.
The title of the new album is a reference to “Downton Abbey” which was filmed in London in the early 1970s.
It’s unclear how long the song was filmed.
“Downtown,” which features guest vocals by Nick Cave, has already been described as a “modern reimagining” of the music of the city’s first major industrial boom in the late 1940s.
“There is something about the city of New York that just feels right, something that just hits you,” Cave said of the song.
“The music here is very modern, it’s very modern-day, it has this modern feel to it, and I feel it’s a perfect blend of modern and industrial, as well as something that was kind of in the zeitgeist in the 70s.”
The music video for the song “Dancing City” by BABYYMETAL was produced in collaboration with composer Mike Perry.
“I just feel like New York is an amazing city,” Perry said in a statement.
“I’m just really excited to have this album come out and really see what it can do to us.”
The album, entitled “The Next City,” was produced at Music Farm’s headquarters in Chicago, where the label is based.
The release of “Dangling City” follows the release of BABYRAM and a collaboration with singer-songwriter Katy Perry, “The Body.”
The next release from Music Farm will be a solo album, titled “Dining Room,” which is expected to be released on March 31.
“It was really hard for me to leave the band behind,” Perry told Rolling Stone.
“This was an idea that I had that I was sort of excited to work on.
I had the idea for it, but it just didn’t work out.
So, it was hard for myself to leave.”