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Old 06.12.2018, 11:26 AM   #3
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It seems this will be a controversial album, as "Drums And Guns" was on its day, adding bleeps, distortion and noisy elements to a sound that it's perhaps much more loved at their most organic.

According to LOW (I gather my perspective from the Bandcamp text that accompanies the pre-order info), the sound on this album is intended to reflect the current state of The United States of America, and the songs should function as well as statements and salves regarding the current times. "Drums And Guns" came from a similar sensibility, actually.
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