Mary Lattimore is a harpist based in LA, whom you've probably heard in the last few years, even if you might not be aware of it. She's contributed harp to albums by the likes of Jarvis Cocker, Hop Along, The Clientele, Kurt Vile, Steve Gunn, Thurston Moore and many others, but has also put out lots of compelling solo work under her own name. Today she has announced that her new album is called Hundreds Of Days and comes out through Ghostly International on May 18th.

The first track to be released from Hundreds Of Days is 'Hello From The Edge Of The Earth', it's a song that at once will invite in newcomers with its accessible run time of 4 minutes, and appeal to established fans as a glimpse of the subtle new additions she's made to her sound, making it twinkle and glisten more than ever. Check out 'Hello From The Edge Of The Earth' below.

Pre-order Hundreds Of Days from the Ghostly store.