RIYL: Red House Painters, The Sea and Cake
One of my all-time fav British bands is back after a long 7 or 8 years with a fresh release. I once took a trip driving down the california coastline to big sur, all the while playing The Clientele. From that point on they have been cemented as a go to band to help soothe my overly anxious soul. So pour yourself a beverage and Clientele & Chill this weekend.
Deluxe LP w/ 7-inch (limited to 250 copies): Blue swirl vinyl housed in a matte finish jacket, with album lyrics printed on a card stock inner sleeve. The deluxe LP also comes with the new â€śAll Aloneâ€ť b/w â€śLyra in Augustâ€ť 7-inch.
Appropriately enough, The Clientele return to the fold with a brand-new album on the first day of autumn. Music for the Age of Miracles marks the bandâ€™s first new album in seven years.
This time around, Anthony Harmer joins the line-up of Alasdair MacLean (vocals, guitar), James Hornsey (bass), and Mark Keen (drums, piano, percussion), contributing string and brass arrangements as well as guitars, vocals, keyboards, saz, and Santoor.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive