Goalie's Anxiety At The Penalty Kick - Iliad And The Odyssey & The Goalie's Anxiety At | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Leaf
2. Hole Underneath the Surface of the Swimming Pool
3. April 25
4. First Time
5. Wild Rose
6. Tightrope Walker / Stranger, in These Dark Times
7. System of One
8. Mr. Settled Score
9. Midwestern Home
10. Clair de Lune

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It's hard to believe it's been four years since the debut release of The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty's kick excellent debut "Ways of Hearing." But growth takes time and rather than rush a follow-up album to market to capitalize on their newfound success, the group opted to take their time and focus their efforts at their own pace. It paid off.On their much anticipated sophomore album, ambition is key. The name of the album itself "The Iliad and the Odyssey and the Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick" spans a glorious 71 characters and is bound to swallow the screen of whatever device that attempts to display the text. The essence of the album is built upon delicate, pleading vocals that sit atop stirring dynamic movements that seem to move between small and vulnerable to full-on symphonies that are bursting with emotion. "The Iliad and the Odyssey and the Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick" will be released by veteran indie label Count Your Lucky Stars on April 25th, 2024 (an homage to their first released single of the album) during the dead time when the cold end of winter is transitioning to a hopeful and promising spring- an apt metaphor that seems to encompass the heart of the album.