The Caretaker releases Stage 4 of his six-album series on dementia, Everywhere at the end of time

The Caretaker releases Stage 4 of his six-album series on dementia, Everywhere at the end of time

It’s a lovely day. Though the sky looks pale. What year is this?

The Caretaker, a.k.a. James Leyland Kirby, is responsible for some of TMT’s favorite albums, including 2011’s landmark release, An Empty Bliss Beyond This World. Today, he unveils Stage 4 of his multi-part series, Everywhere at the end of time.

According to Kirby, “Each stage will reveal new points of progression, loss and disintegration. Progressively falling further and further towards the abyss of complete memory loss and nothingness.”

It’s a lovely day. Though the sky looks pale. What year is this?


Stage 4 is available now on blue vinyl, limited to 600. According to Boomkat, the release “comes in a thick spine, deluxe gatefold sleeve featuring reproductions of three new paintings by Ivan Seal.” Stage 4 is available to stream below (tracks G1, H1, I1, and J1):

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