Music For Psychedelic Therapy carves a new path for Jon Hopkins sonically and philosophically as a follow up to 2018's Grammy nominated Singularity. Enveloping Hopkins' journeys across geographical and cosmological spectrum's, the album is an inimitable and all-embodying journey in and of itself. It's a richly rewarding and personal listening experience; one highly recommends indulging in without distraction.
Music for Psychedelic Therapy is Hopkins’ first full-length since his sister albums Singularity (2018) and Immunity (2013). For this collection, Hopkins wanted to make something that faced the opposite direction, something egoless and introspective, made with total, raw honesty. “It felt like time for a reset, to wait for music to appear from a different place,” says Hopkins. That place ended up being Tayos Caves in Ecuador, where Hopkins went on a life-changing creative expedition in 2018.