Brian Eno Shares New Song, ‘All I Remember’

It features on the soundtrack for a forthcoming documentary about the musician

Brian Eno has released a new song, ‘All I Remember’.

Featuring his own vocals, the new cut references early influences, such as Dee Clark and Bobby Vee, and experiences. It appears at the closing song for Eno, a forthcoming documentary about the musician by filmmaker Gary Hustwit, which will premiere at London’s Barbican Cinema on April 20. You can watch a video for ‘All I Remember’, which follows Eno in the past and present simultaneously much like the forthcoming documentary, above.

Accompanying the documentary, which you can find out more about here, is a soundtrack featuring 17 tracks from across Eno’s back-catalogue, as well as three previously unreleased songs, including ‘All I Remember’. Among the older cuts included from his discography are early solo outings such as 1974’s ‘Taking Tiger Mountain’ and 1975’s ‘Another Green World’, as well as collaborative work with David Byrne, John Cale, Cluster and, more recently, Fred again…

UMR will release Eno on April 19, 2024.

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