While taking time off to craft material for the follow-up to his third LP Ghost Modern (Roll Call Records) earlier this year, San Francisco-based romantic indie pop artist Geographer (a.k.a. Mike Deni) recalled a cover he produced in 2014 of the Arthur Russell track “This Is How We Walk On The Moon.” The re-working was “so inspiring” for the musician that he decided to record an entire EP of covers, culminating in the release of the Endless Motion EP, set for release this December.
Announcing the project today exclusively with Billboard, Deni also shares the premiere of a second cut, a stunning rendition of Paul Simon’s “I Know What I Know.”
The lush EP will feature re-workings of tracks by Felix Da Housecat, New Order and Kate Bush. The project is also a prelude to tour dates with RAC and ‘The Big One’ New Years Show in San Francisco with The Flaming Lips.
Geographer, Endless Motion
1. Ready 2 Wear (Felix Da Housecat)
2. This Is How We Walk On The Moon (Arthur Russell)
3. Age Of Consent (New Order)
4. Cloudbusting (Kate Bush)
5. I Know What I Know (Paul Simon)