Rostam has shared a deluxe edition of his recent album, Changephobia.
The expanded version of his second solo album sees the former Vampire Weekend member adding his own twist to renowned tracks like The Clash’s “Train In Vain” and Lucinda Williams’ “Fruits Of My Labor.” The two covers feature sax player Henry Solomon, who adds a stunning accompaniment to Rostam’s vocal lines.
“What I can definitely say is that I feel like in the last five years, I’ve grown a lot as a person,” Rostam told Uproxx. “I’ve had time to grow and I think that growth has come from self-awareness. The concept of Changephobia, to me, is a lot about reminding yourself to be aware of what you’re feeling.”
Stream Changephobia below.