Midwife - No Depression In Heaven [Colored Vinyl] (Red) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Track 1
2. Rock N Roll Never Forgets
3. Track 3
4. Autoluminescent (Rowland S. Howard)
5. Track 5
6. Droving
7. Track 7
8. Vanessa
9. Track 9
10. Killdozer
11. Track 11
12. Better Off Alone (Alice Deejay)
13. Track 13
14. No Depression in Heaven

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*ON LIMITED APPLE RED VINYL!!! "If rock 'n' roll's a dream, please don't wake me." Midwife's No Depression In Heaven, her fourth studio album, was written primarily in the back of vans while on tour endlessly over the course of the past few years. The record engages with the contemplative spirit of rock 'n' roll from within a body in motion. No Depression In Heaven explores themes of sentimentality, the interplay between dreams, memory, and fantasy, and a familiar subject seen throughout all of Midwife's work: grief. Madeline Johnston takes a look at the tender and transcendent underneath a hard exterior of leather and studs, exposing a different side of the heavy music scene, where Johnston's project has been living and evolving.Recording at home in New Mexico between 2021 and 2023, Johnston aimed to create something that was rough around the edges, returning to a free recording process that was less focused on perfection and more attuned to expressing the spirit that lives inside of the songs. The album features collaborations with Chris Adolf and Michael Stein of American Culture, Ben Schurr and Tim Jordan of Nyxy Nyx, Angel Diaz of Vyva Melinkolya, and Allison Lorenzen.Inspired by ephemeral moments that make up life on tour, the totemization of vehicles, outlaws, and the psyche of America's underbelly, No Depression In Heaven affirms Johnston's existential status as a woman of the highway.