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Paradise Lost is the latest exciting chapter in Jagos' career, which began in earnest as he experimented with his own productions in college back in 2009.
After uploading a few of his early creations to MySpace, he quickly attracted prominent music blog attention from outlets like Pitchfork and No Pain in Pop and found himself amidst the style of electronic pop sometimes referred to as chillwave. "The music I was already making was fitting into that vibe," he recalls.
He released two albums—2012's Golden Years and Future Splendors in 2013—on electronic label Mush, which counts Bibio and Daedelus in its stable; in 2015, Jagos went full-on independent by self-releasing his third album, Out of Touch. Since then, he's released a collection of Tears for Fears covers, Brothertiger Plays: Tears for Fears' Songs from the Big Chair, as well as last year's A Chain of Islands EP—but when it came to making his fourth full-length, Out of Touch loomed largest in his mind. "With Out of Touch I felt like I finally found the sound I was looking to achieve," he explains. "I used that album as a springboard for this new record, carrying forward that style while making the sonic landscape sound bigger."
Paradise Lost will be released September 11, 2020.


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