Mike Lindsay and Anna B Savage – ‘table’

Mike Lindsay and Anna B Savage release collaborative single ‘table’

Mike Lindsay image via Ollie Harrop

The track is pulled from Lindsay’s debut solo album, Supershapes Volume 1, set to release on June 14 through Moshi Moshi Records.

Mike Lindsay, known as one half of LUMP with Laura Marling and a co-founder of the pioneering UK acid folktronica band Tunng, teams up with Anna B Savage for their latest single, ‘table.’ The collaboration between Lindsay and Savage brings a unique perspective to everyday domestic objects, exploring the extraordinary within the mundane. ‘table’ delves into the narrative of a 120-year-old dining room table, which served as the creative hub for Lindsay’s new album. The track is accompanied by a mind-expanding, homeware-themed video created by Lindsay’s collaborator Ben Edwards (aka Benge), blending modern computer software with vintage analog and early digital video hardware.

On collaborating with Mike Lindsay on “table” and the new album, Anna B Savage said:

“I asked Mike to send me a big email with his current preoccupations and niggling thoughts. He sent back a tome, with a section about panpsychism. Panpsychism is (to put it horribly simply, forgive me) the idea that every object in the world has a consciousness of some sort, no matter how ‘unimaginably simple’ that consciousness might be. Mike had been thinking about this phenomenon, particularly in relation to a dining table he bought second-hand. He said it was one hundred and twenty-two years old, “so for 122 years people have sat around… and shared stories or experiences with each other. Obviously, this is a fantastically evocative thought, so when I came in to record I ran with that, imagining a series of vignettes around the table. Hopefully evoking the real beauty in the mundanity of a life around an object. And then at the end, the table is afforded a more specific consciousness: “What does the table think of you?

“Working with Mike on his supershapes project will forever be one of my favourite endeavours. Any excuse to work with him more was gonna be leapt on by me, and in particular, to think he wanted me to work on something is just too much for my little heart to handle. We had (and have) so much fun. What more could you want.

‘table’ is available now on all streaming services. Supershapes Volume 1 is set to release on June 14 through Moshi Moshi Records.

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