The Polyphonic Spree founder and frontman Tim DeLaughter has composed and performed the score for a new DVD art project entitled ‘Wee See’.
The score accompanies images by New York visual artist Rolyn Barthelman, and was originally conceived as sensory stimulation for young babies, featuring basic shapes and patterns tailored to the developing senses of newborns.
Meanwhile, DeLaughter and wife Julie Doyle are currently working on new material for the band’s fourth album which is expected to be released on their own Good Records label.
‘Wee See’ is available now at weeseeworld.com and select retailers.
–By our New York staff.
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