In the folk-acoustic tradition of singer-songwriters, the songs were simply accompanied by the guitar or ukulele, allowing the vocals and introspective lyrics to shine through. The recordings were also deliberately left lo-fi and rough around the edges, reflecting the homemade nature of the project. It is precisely this quiet honesty in both words and sound that has captivated critics and listeners alike.

Kitchen records already released some very beautiful packed limited cd/Book versions. this is their first vinyl release and it looks stunning as well. unfortunately it’s quite expensive, but you’ll get a limited and hand numbered print as an extra, if that helps.

The Details

Edition of 350.
Mastered by James Plotkin, the limited edition 180gm vinyl is packaged inside a customized foil stamped die-cut sleeve. The package also includes a double-sided 12 x 12 hand-numbered print with extras, including a digital download code. The unique packaging and art design is a collaboration between Sean Lam’s very own Plate Interactive and Kitchen. Label.

Price $28

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