This 100% cotton, fashion-body black t-shirt, made in the USA by SMLXL Supply Co., features a photograph of Devendra Banhart printed on the inside—yes, that’s right, the inside!—of the front pocket. That way, you’ll always have Devendra in your pocket.
Mala, Devendra Banhart's eighth studio album and his Nonesuch debut, took shape in LA, where he and longtime cohort Noah Georgeson produced the album together, playing most of the instruments themselves, using borrowed equipment and a recorder they’d found in a pawn shop. The Guardian says it's a "triumph," giving it four stars, as does Q which calls this "enthralling" album a "career best." The New Yorker calls it a "thought-provoking joy." The LP, pressed on 140-gram vinyl, includes the album on CD, an additional 7” with two bonus tracks, and an exclusive poster.