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Due out December 18th via Warner Records, Swimming in Circles brings together the two studio LPs for the first time in a limited edition package. Miller always intended the efforts to be companion releases with a continuous narrative arc. For the new box set, each album will be pressed on double-12-inch vinyl, with Swimming coming on dark blue and Circles on light blue.
Housed inside a die-cut outer case, the box also includes a 12×12 booklet featuring archival photographs from the making of the albums, a 24×36 poster, and a six-panel lyric scroll. In conjunction with the announcement, Miller’s family has shared never-before-seen footage from the 2017 Swimming and Circles sessions in Hawaii. Take a look below.
Priced at $99.98, pre-orders for Swimming in Circles are available via Mac Miller’s webstore. Check out the artwork and tracklist below.
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After releasing Circles in January, Miller’s family dropped a deluxe edition in March. The two new bonus tracks on that version, “Right” and “Floating”, are present on the new box set. A 10th anniversary edition of the K.I.D.S. mixtape also arrived in August, featuring the previously unreleased “Ayye” and “Back in the Day”.
Swimming in Circles Box Set Artwork:
Swimming in Circles Tracklist:
01. Come Back to Earth
02. Hurt Feelings
03. What’s The Use?
01. Self Care
01. Small Worlds
02. Conversation Pt. 1
01. Jet Fuel
03. So It Goes
03. Blue World
04. Good News
01. I Can See
04. Hand Me Downs
01. That’s On me
04. Once A Day
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