Vagabon has announced a European reissue of her critically acclaimed debut album, Infinite Worlds, on limited edition blood-red vinyl via House Anxiety/Marathon Artists.

Infinite Worlds builds upon Tamko’s stripped-down demos that have been circulating online and throughout the independent music community for the past two years. Her Persian Garden cassette, released in 2014 via Miscreant Records, was a lo-fi collection where she embraced a first-thought best-thought approach, making songs that began with just her voice and guitar. But here, Tamko is the main performer of synths, keyboard, guitars, and drums, at times enlisting the work of session studio musicians. This had Tamko channeling the thoughtfulness of her lyricism into her arrangement and production as well. The result is a wide-ranging eight-song collection that’s pleasantly unclassifiable: hypnotic electronic collages, acoustic ballads, and bursts of bright punk sit side-by-side cohesively, all tied together by Tamko’s soaring voice.

Track listing
1. The Embers
2. Fear & Force
3. Minneapolis
4. Mal á L’aise
5. 100 Years
6. Cleaning House
7. Cold Apartment
8. Alive And A Well