by placing their mid-90’s emo/diy roots into modern postrock soundscapes munich based duct hearts create a mix that is cryptic yet simple, mysterious yet heart-on-your-sleeve, loud yet fragile, beautiful yet raw.
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LP: 400 on 180g black vinyl, 100 on 180g white (mailorder only). black inner sleeves, heavy inside out cover, inlay sheet with lyrics and liner notes
CD: 6-panel-inside out printed digipack, 4-page inlay
‚feathers‘, the band’s debut album, is versatile. different. in a good way. it’s one of these records that can grow on you, more and more with every listen. if you let it. consisting of 6 songs, clocking in just under 32 minutes, the record deals with thoughts on families, their dependencies, their safety and its influences on how they function, or often not function.
recommended if you like: elliott, light bearer, arktika, thrice, the appleseed cast
the LP is coreleased with
middle-man records (us)
friend of mine (jap)
so if you are in these countries please order from them
b-stocks are returned copies from the distributor that may have been listened to once or twice (or unplayed) and covers may have a small corner dong or two ranging from good to near mint