RIYL: Japanese Breakfast, Angel Olson
Label: Sub Pop
Frankie has been all over the place lately showing up on albums from Dent May to Kero Kero Bonito and I couldn’t be more excited to see them getting the love. Now signed to Sub Pop and releasing a huge batch of music here — the album has 18 songs!
The first single “Jesse” follows right along where Next Thing left off, which is exactly what I had hoped for. Not over-thought or over-produced, just more great garage jams. For $16 this is a no brainer.
All customers who pre-order the LP version of Vessel will receive the album on Loser Edition Translucent Blue-colored vinyl, while supplies last (available until you read right here that itās no longer in stock).
Customers will be given access to stream the full album four (4) weeks before release date from your SubPop.com account, with your pre-order of the album on any format.
All pre-orders will also receive any and all pre-release track downloads in advance of the album release as they are made public, which will be available from your SubPop.com account as they become available.
All physical pre-order items should ship out from our warehouse in Seattle, WA between 5-8 days before release date, so long as their are no delays in manufacturing that would delay this advance shipping timeline.
International orders may not arrive by release day as extra time must be taken into consideration for distance traveled and customs department clearance.
New York-native songwriter Greta Kline has shared a bounty of her innermost thoughts and experiences via the massive number of songs she has released since 2011. Like many of her peers, Klineās prolific output was initially born from the ease of bedroom recording and self-releasing offered by digital technology and the internet. But, as sheās grown as a writer and performer, devising more complex albums and playing to larger audiences, Kline has begun to make her mark on modern independent music. Her newest record, Vessel, is the 52nd release from Kline and the third studio album by her indie pop outfit Frankie Cosmos. On it, Kline explores all of the changes that have come in her life as a result of the music she has shared with the world, as well as the parts of her life that have remained irrevocable.
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- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive