Remembrance is the Software Recording Co. debut from Baton Rouge's SUICIDEYEARS (born JAMES PRUDHOMME). Prudhomme wrote Remembrance while reflecting on themes of love and loss against the backdrop of the deep American south he calls home. His experiences of reflection and resolution led to the vivid, emotionally charged production that makes up Remembrance. Alive with an idiosyncratic sense of melodic space, his repertoire eschews a topical palette for a personal aesthetic that offers a visceral love letter to abstraction. Prudhomme references both forms we know to exist (“Caroline,” “U S” and “When You Sleep”) and speculates on how they can be newly realized (“I Don't Care About Death Because I Smoke” and “Hope Building A”).