RIYL: A Place to Bury Strangers, Veil Of Light, Soft Kill
Label: Sacred Bones
This is The Soft Moon‘s fourth studio album Criminal which really has a dark background. Here is the blurb from their bandcamp site:
Through the stark lens of shame and guilt that has followed Luis Vasquez since a violent childhood growing up within the humming ambient sprawl of ’80s Mojave Desert, here he documents the gut-wrenching sound of going to war with himself. Battling with his own sanity, self-hatred, insecurity, self-entitlement and grappling with the risk of these things transforming him into a person he despises, Vasquez has laid his feelings bare with this: his confession and most self-reflective work to date.┬á
Damn. Buy the vinyl. Enjoy.
Alternate screen-printed wrap around sleeve, wax-sealed & flexi disc with exclusive track
Out February 2, 2018.
***Limited Edition Version: Edition of 400 hand-numbered copies, comes with alternate screen-printed wrap around sleeve, wax-sealed. Pressed on clear and black marble vinyl and includes a flexi disc with exclusive bonus track, available by mail-order only. ONE PER PERSON LIMIT.***
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive