The Navigator

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Track Listings

1 "1. Entrance
2 Living in the City
3 Life to Save
4 Hungry Ghost
5 Nothing's Gonna Change Girl
6 The Navigator
7 Halfway There
8 Fourteen Floors
9 Rican Beach
10 Settle
11 Pa'lante
12 Finale"

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On Hurray for the Riff Raff's new album The Navigator, Alynda Segarra tells an interwoven, cinematic story of a wandering soul at a crossroads of identity and ancestral weight. It finds a street kid named Navita traversing a perpetually burning city in search of herself. The Navigator is a thrilling call to arms that could not come at a more crucial time. It also finds Hurray for the Riff Raff at its own musical intersection, delving deep into the worlds of Latin rhythms, searing rock, and incisive ballads. The Navigator was produced by Paul Butler (Michael Kiwanuka, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Devendra Banhart) and recorded at Electric Lady Studios in NYC and Panoramic House in California. The album features percussionists Juan-Carlos Chaurand, Gregory Rogove (Rodrigo Amarante), a trio of Bomba drummers, and Doo Wop singers from New Jersey. Says Alynda: This is dedicated to the water protectors of Standing Rock - thank you for your bravery and giving us hope. Also, to the people of Penuelas, Puerto Rico, who are demanding an end to the AES dumping of coal ash which leads to water contamination - we are with you. All over the world there are heroes, who, despite suffering generations of oppression, are protecting the land and the future of our humanity. Rican Beach is a fictional place, but it was written with my ancestors in mind. It's time to call on yours and to always remember: this land was made for you and me.

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