Rodney Graham releases new 12″ ‘Don’t Trust Anyone Over Thirty’ on limited pink vinyl

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In tandem with his London exhibition Central Questions of Philosophy.

Artist and musician Rodney Graham has collaborated with his brother Dan on a new, limited baby pink 12″ ‘Don’t Trust Anyone Over Thirty’, out now via The Vinyl Factory.

It features the title track on the A-side b/w ’14 or Fight’ on the reverse.

The two track record is released alongside his new exhibition at Lisson Gallery called Central Questions of Philosophy.

Running through 3rd November, the show presents Graham’s new series of light boxes, including his largest light box – a four panel work loosely based on a photograph of Samuel Kootz in a 1940s gallery set.

‘Don’t Trust Anyone Over Thirty’ follows Graham’s 2017 lyrical rock and roll album Gondoliers, as well as the Neil Young and Lou Reed-channeling 2016 LP Good Hand Bad Hand, also released via The Vinyl Factory.

Order a copy of the 12″ here and check out a selection of works featured in Central Questions of Philosophy below.