Best known because the guy at the rear of Chicago’s retro-pop task Plush, Liam Hayes also caused Can Oldham’s Palace and ventured right into a credit scoring career within the 2010s. Though Hayes started producing music as Plush in the first ’90s, it wasn’t until 1998 that he released the debut record More You Turns into You, which centered on extra piano balladry that known as in your thoughts Burt Bacharach and Carole Ruler. Four years afterwards, he returned using the ambitious orchestral pop of Given. For 2009’s Bright Cent, which was acknowledged to Liam Hayes and Plush, he concocted an “ode to pop music” that struck an equilibrium between your extremes of his previously albums. Hayes had written new music and in addition culled paths from Plush’s discography for the soundtrack to Roman Coppola’s 2012 film A Glance Inside the Brain of Charles Swan III, which explored the brilliant imagination and intimate entanglements of the graphic designer within the ’70s. Hayes also made an appearance within the film, echoing a cameo he previously in 2000’s Great Fidelity. Another Liam Hayes and Plush record, Korp Singular Roller, flirted with ’70s glam rock and roll and found its way to 2014. Carrying out a tour with previous Women frontman Christopher Owens, Hayes shipped the greater stripped-down Slurrup in January 2015.