Tim Kasher's canon of indie folk/pop/rock is as long as a career criminal's rap sheet. As frontman for Cursive and The Good Life, the Omaha, Neb., native has spent much of the past two decades in the studio, on the road and onstage.
Kasher is back out again, this time supporting his sophomore solo LP, Adult Film, out Tuesday, Oct. 8, on Saddle Creek Records. It has been three years since Kasher's 2010 debut solo, The Game of Monogamy, and the 2011 follow-up EP Bigamy: More Songs from the Monogamy Sessions.
Adult Film is a departure from his other work--both solo and group--something Kasher fans are familiar with. But like his other work, it is quintessential Kasher: smart lyrics and equally smart sound.