The Roots - 'Redford'

A wickedly cacophonous four-piece movement

The Roots - 'Redford'

The Roots are such big Sufjan Stevens fans that they’ve centred their new concept album, ‘undun’, around a character called Redford, also the name of an instrumental piece on Sufy’s ‘Michigan’. He’s re-recorded the track – adding glowing multi-tracked vocals – for the first part of a wickedly cacophonous four-piece movement that closes The Roots’ new record.







Priya Elan, Assistant Editor, NME.COM

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