Maybe you already saw this hornedgramma but this is happening:
Trey Anastasio is quietly working on a new solo album with help from a formidable cast of indie rockers, SPIN has learned.
Since winding up his fall tour, the Phish guitarist has been making a daily commute from his New York City home to Bridgeport, Connecticut's Tarquin Studios, recording with his band and members of the National and Mates of State for the last month. Peter Katis, who owns the suburban studio and has produced a string of indie rock albums there (Interpol's Turn on the Bright Lights and Antics, The National's Boxer, Mates of State’s Rearrange Us), is co-producing the album with Anastasio.
A rep for Anastasio didn’t return a request for comment, but early reports out of the studio say the sound is a mix between Anastasio's eclectic, Afro-tinged rock and the kind of experimental indie pop produced by the Philistines Jr., Katis' own recently reformed band. Before entering the studio, Katis told Sonic Scoop that Anastasio "wants to do something totally out of left-field."
I don't think there is a legit stream up yet, but the new cloud nothings cd is incredible. If you wish Trail of Dead still sounded like they did on Source Tags and Codes, you should check it out in a couple weeks when it comes out