Chromatics’ Adam Miller has announced a forthcoming solo album, his first under his own name. It’s titled Gateway, and it’s out February 11. In an Instagram post, Miller described the record as “18 tracks of guitar meditations,” inspired by the likes of Robert Smith, Maurice Deebank, and others. See more about the project here.
Miller announced the end of Chromatics in August with band mates Nat Walker and Ruth Radalet. “We would like to thank all of our fans and the friends we have made along the way—we are eternally grateful for your love and support,” they wrote in their statement, without mentioning fellow Chromatics member Johnny Jewel. The band’s most recent album was last year’s Faded Now, which updated 2019’s surprise arrival Closer to Grey. The band have yet to announce the fate of their long-awaited album Dear Tommy, which was most recently teased for release with a new tracklist last spring.
Source : Pitchfork