Title Of Album: Out of Hands We Go
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Northern Spy Records
Genre: Alternative, Indie, Folk, Country
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 43:51 min
Total Size: 101 MB
01. Herd (3:53)
02. Wrong Time (3:43)
03. Roam (3:56)
04. All Is Light (3:19)
05. Wait for Fire (5:33)
06. Go and Play With Your Dead Horses (1:38)
07. Apple Moon (4:00)
08. When My Dog Gets Out Let Him Run (0:36)
09. We Had a Vision (6:25)
10. Heal in the Howling (3:01)
11. Isavelle (4:51)
12. Reprise (2:56)
Three years after the release of their critically acclaimed third studio album and now based in Maine, alt-country band, O’Death, reconvene with a sparser, brooding live sound to contradict the massive production of their previous effort.
Darkly dramatic, Out of Hands We Go offers haunting melodies brought to life by lush arrangements and bandleader Greg Jamie’s ponderous lyricism. Beginning with the subtle approach of “Herd,” the album explores the possibilities of acoustic Americana while retaining strength in mood and honesty. Where tracks like “All Is Light” and “Heal in the Howling” evoke a sorrowful Nick Drake vibe, “Apple Moon,” with its driving motorik beat, could be called kraut-country, and “Isavelle” delivers the drama of early Muse. It’s a beautiful work of raw emotion, the sound of truth in a well full of lies.
This is the album for those lonely bourbon-soaked nights sitting at a packed bar with only that constantly empty rocks glass for company. Enjoy the moon and the chatter inside your head, because tomorrow the daylight brings a stark reality.
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