There’s a palpable energy to songs like “Solitude Is Bliss,” where their classic psychedelic influences are elevated rather than scavenged. Tonebridge. //]]>, Sorry, we have to make sure you're a human before we can show you this page. Sun's Coming Up. Difficulty: novice. Or see it from this way around . Users who reposted this track K. kt. 31,400 views, added to favorites 889 times. Check out the tab » What’s astounding is that the most poignant line (“We may never have been in love”) is glazed over in Parker’s delivery, but the crashing sonics explode immediately after he finishes the verse—as if this mind-altering realization needed a second to sink in. With an infectious, effortlessly cool bassline (instantly recognizable, too), “New Person, Same Old Mistakes” is masterful in its execution of mood. We have an official New Person Same Old Mistakes tab made by UG professional guitarists. 31,400 views, added to favorites 889 times. Felix Lavigne. “Same Ol’ Mistakes,” is a cover of Tame Impala’s 2015 Currents closer “New Person, Same Old Mistakes.”. “Patience” could get even the shyest person in the club to tap their foot and sway their hips.—Daniella Boik, Short, simple mantras can work wonders if they skirt cliches. But no one ever said Kevin Parker was here to cheer you on—he’s more concerned with his own mortality. You can hear the ripples that accent the song—whether it be the slightly jangly guitar strums or the acid-drenched vocals—and you can practically envision them too. Following 2010’s Innerspeaker, 2012’s Lonerism and 2015’s Currents, Tame Impala are finally back with their fourth LP, The Slow Rush, out Friday. Nowhere does the Aussie band achieve that more than in “Apocalypse Dreams” when the upbeat piano and mesmerizing drums give way to a massive slowed-down bass riff as Parker sings, “everything is changing.” The song quickly reverts back to its initial sped-up groove, but it’s one of the most interesting and hypnotic parts of Tame Impala’s growing back catalog, a truly impressive moment of psych-rock euphoria. Please enable Cookies and reload the page. He sings the line “Another version of myself I think I’ve found, at last” with a sigh of relief, and this one with bright eyes: “There’s a world out there and it’s calling my name / And it’s calling yours, girl it’s calling yours too,” just before those harpsichords (harpsichords!) In their 2015 album Currents, Tame Impala ended this third album with “New Person, Same Old Mistakes,” a bold, hazy change from the rest of the trippy album. Patience. —Steven Edelstone, This is absolutely the most hype song across Tame Impala’s three albums—even though it has major car commercial energy. Author danmcg95 [a] 3,559. You can literally smell the marijuana in this song. Parker compares a large and timid man to an elephant, and you know what? Release and artwork. Submitted by 15Lewisj on July 19, 2015. We're … //