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 âAll Aloneâ b/w âLyra in Augustâ 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 bandâs 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