Michael Cera releases lo-fi indie folk album, of course

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George Michael Bluth Michael Cera released a deliciously lo-fi indie folk album called True That via Bandcamp.  Of course he did.

It’s actually pretty surprising that this hasn’t already happened, as Cera has always had musical tendencies (he played guitar in Juno, bass in Scott Pilgrim, and bass in real life on a tour with rock supergroup Mister Heavenly).

Plus, let’s not forget his first and most important musical role playing wood block for Dr. Fünke’s 100% Natural Good-Time Family-Band Solution.  The dude really was a “Human Metronome.”

Check out the 18-track release below!

Emily is an over-enthusiastic lover of music, books, movies, fashion, and culture in general. Her love of music spans across all genres (what is a genre anymore? she waxes poetic to herself), though she was nursed on true punk and will never understand “redneck country” music – tractors are not and cannot be sexy. Emily currently lives in Brooklyn, NY and considers herself to be a great wit, though she is still waiting on validation from a credible source.

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