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Credit Electric - Out Of Love In The Face Of A Shadow [Digipak] (Uk)
Out Of Love In The Face Of A Shadow [Digipak] (Uk)
Artist: Credit Electric
Format: CD

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Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 04/07/2023
UPC: 196852834358

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DISC: 1

1. Out Of Love In The Face Of A Shadow
2. Carrot
3. St. Francis's Child
4. Immunity
5. Heights
6. Selfs
7. Silver Line
8. Summit Sipper
9. Winner
10. Mocking Bird

More Info:

"Out of love in the face of a shadow" is the new album from Credit Electric. Exploring the human unconscious through impressionistic pop vignettes, the album represents a significant evolution of the band's sound that originally stemmed from limitations put in place by the global pandemic, before blossoming into something altogether new and unexpected. What started to emerge was a body of work that drew upon lo-fi jazz, dub, post-rock, ambient music, 70's studio experimentation, and 90's indie rock as much as the rustic folk of their past releases. The resulting album "out of love in face of a shadow" calls to mind influences as disparate as Hiroshi Yoshimura, American Football, Scientist, and Magnolia Electric Co, all the while inhabiting a world completely of their own design. Highly anticipated sophomore album from Credit Electric. Press coverage on recent releases includes reviews and features in New Commute (Albums of the Year), Various Small Flames, Raven Sings the Blues, Psychedelic Baby Magazine, and more. UK/EU Publicity handled by Chris Carr & Mal Smith. "... The band crafts American hymns that peer through fogged glass, tracing the lines of lament in hazy relief... " - Raven Sings the Blues - Albums of the Year - New Commute