I’m Yours is a testament to how much we don’t know about Pixie Geldof; who has been writing songs
on the quiet, all this time; her tentative musical ambitions now stunningly fulfilled in this sumptuous
collection of contemporary leftfield pop. A glistening soundscape, these are lovelorn paeans inspired by
the music she’s loved forever, from Mazzy Star in the 90s, to the ghostly guitars of the country greats,
to the gossamer wash of Warpaint today.
The record was recorded in Los Angeles in autumn-winter 2015 with Grammy and Mercury-nominated
producer/mixer Tony Hoffer (M83, Beck, Goldfrapp, Air, Ladyhawke, Phoenix), with additional strings
from esteemed composer David Campbell (father of Beck), a man whose CV begins with work on
Carole King’s Tapestry, takes in Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On, through the Rolling Stones, Neil
Diamond and Radiohead, to Adele’s 21.
Pixie Geldof announces her debut album I’m Yours, is due to release on 16 September via Stranger
Records. The record is heralded by a double A-side single So Strong and Escape Route, which will be
available to stream and download from 17 June.
I’m Yours represents every single human I’ve ever loved in my life,” says Pixie. “Songs of love in every
form, platonically, family, in romance. I’m a part of these people’s lives and I’m theirs in any capacity
they need me.”