Perennials - Widowspeak - Almanac (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Widowspeak discography Swamps arrives as a bridge between the duo's sophomore album, Almanac, and an as yet untitled third studio record. Here the band's characteristic sonic landscapes, haunting harmonies, and layers of delicate guitar-work usher in a new chapter in their dark and dreamy catalog. Reply
  2. Almanac Widowspeak. Released Almanac Tracklist. 1. Perennials Lyrics. 2. Dyed in the Wool Lyrics. 3. The Dark Age More Widowspeak albums Expect the Best. All Yours. Reply
  3. Jan 08,  · Song Thick As Thieves; Artist Widowspeak; Album Almanac; Writers Paul Weller; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] SC Distribution (on behalf of Captured Tracks); UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor, BMI. Reply
  4. Jan 22,  · “Almanac” opens with simply one of the best songs I’ve ever heard- “Perennials”- Widowspeak at their best. Trippy instrumentation so expertly performed by Robert Earl Thomas and that unbelievably ethereal vocal by partner Molly Hamilton whose style is reminiscent of Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval and Miranda Lee Richardson who was once affiliated with The /5(15). Reply
  5. Widowspeak has grown up in a lot of ways. The band's third album, All Yours, is one that could only come from Molly Hamilton and Robert Earl Thomas: a honed and elegant interweaving of dream-pop and slowcore rock and roll, easygoing melodies and dusty, snaking sorimerlighdisttelesulraheftiocrus.coinfo's also their finest release to date: ten beautiful songs that are refreshingly straightforward yet built . Reply
  6. Perennials Lyrics: We could stay fast to the ground / Do you like hanging around? / We could stay for the season / Maybe I'd give you a reason to / . Reply
  7. Jan 24,  · Widowspeak: Almanac Cole Waterman. No doubt this is the result of the album having been recorded in a century-old barn in the bucolic Hudson River Valley. Opener "Perennials", with its. Reply
  8. Widowspeak are city slickers, more accustomed to the urban jungle than the American wilderness. But with second album Almanac the duo’s headed well beyond the suburbs. Reply
  9. From a purely aesthetic standpoint, then, one might preemptively dismiss Almanac, the new album from Brooklyn band Widowspeak, as a ham-fisted love-letter to the 70s folk boon. The album was recorded in an old barn, has vaguely Fleetwood Mac-ish cover art, and even its title has a country nostalgia to it, a reference to the books used by farmers to predict weather . Reply

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