Grandaddy: The Sophtware Slump

Released in 2000 to a world just about getting to grips with the internet, dealing with the anxieties of technology in this new century (millenium bug anyone?), ‘The Sophtware Slump’ is an album of fragile beauty, uncertainty and loneliness.

Perhaps more prescient now than ever, Jason Lytle imagined a world of slow ecological decline and wondered what would happen if the robots who take our jobs are just as neurotic and inept as the rest of us.

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