Grimes to release new album ‘Visions’ in March

'Visions' is Claire Boucher's fourth album in two years

Electronic artist Grimes is set to release her brand new album ‘Visions’ on March 12.

Grimes – the stage name of Canadian musician Claire Boucher – will be putting out ‘Visions’ on 4AD. Her fourth album in two years, it follows 2010’s ‘Geidi Primes’ and ‘Halfaxa’, and 2011’s ‘Darkbloom’.

Speaking about ‘Visions’, Boucher has said:

The creative process is a quest for the ultimate sensual, mystical and cathartic experience and the vehicle for my psychic purging. ‘Visions’ was conceived in a period of self-imposed cloistering during which time I did not see daylight.


The ‘Visions’ tracklisting is:

‘Infinite Love Without Fulfilment’
‘Vowels = space and time’
‘Visiting Statue’
‘Be A Body’
‘Colour of Moonlight (Antiochus)’ [feat. Doldrums]
‘Symphonia IX (My Wait Is U)’
‘Nightmusic’ (feat. Majical Clouds)
‘Know The Way’

Grimes features in the 100 New Bands You Have To Hear piece in the new issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands now or available digitally.