Jenny Lewis has shared a brand new music referred to as “Under the Supermoon” in collaboration with Habib Koite. The music seems on Let the Rhythm Lead: Haiti Song Summit Vol. 1, which is out January 31 from Artists for Peace and Justice—a nonprofit that encourages peace and social justice internationally—through Arts Music. Listen under.
The albums is a collaborative undertaking between Lewis, Koité, Jackson Browne, Jonathan Wilson, Paul Beaubrun, Raúl Rodríguez, Jonathan Russell, and the Haitian band Lakou Mizik. It was recorded in the Haitian city of Jacmel.
In an announcement, Lewis described it as “a love song written in Jacmel floating in the Caribbean sea under the supermoon of November 2016 just days after the U.S. presidential election… a travelogue of sorts processed in real time.”
Read Pitchfork’s function “Jenny Lewis Escapes the Void.”