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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
This is the first vinyl release on Somewherecold Records since the start of the label before it went on hiatus. Tombstones in their Eyes "Maybe Someday" is now available on gorgeous see through red vinyl with different track order. Further, the CD, because it has more room on it, has more tracks than the vinyl. So, if you want all the tracks, but you love vinyl, you'll have to grab both media to do it.
Includes unlimited streaming of Maybe Someday (Red Vinyl)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
“Sounds like slow codeine-laden bliss or drug-numbing love translated into sonic form. It’s astoundingly fresh, slowcore perfectly-balanced with alternative rock”
– Big Takeover Magazine
“A wall-trembling, skin-crawling, psychedelic-drenched, shoegaze number… Together, they bottle up a raging, Midwestern storm and unleash its fury”
– The Revue
“Wistful and otherworldly vocals.. a druggy and melancholic trip but counterbalanced with a soaring and hopeful chorus. A worthy endeavour”
– Overblown Magazine
“Music so fresh, so expertly produced and melodically sound that it literally takes your breath away after one listen… utterly addictive”
– Primal Music
“Sky scrapping yet graceful, muscular yet intelligent… Masters of such brilliantly conflicted music and over a series of releases have carved their names above the cavernous musical maw that few are brave enough to follow them into”
– Dancing About Architecture
released January 31, 2020
As always, produced by John Treanor and Paul Roessler at Kitten Robot Studio.
Paul Roessler also engineers and mixes, plays piano, keyboards and does harmonies on a few of the songs.
Mastered by Alex DeYoung at DeYoung Masters in Los Angeles, our go to mastering engineer.
John Treanor - guitar, vocals, background vocals/harmonies, keyboards
Mike Mason - bass, backing vocals
Josh Drew - guitar, backing vocals
Stephen Striegel - drums, percussion
James Cooper - musical guidance and synth on Behind My Mind
supported by 6 fans who also own “Maybe Someday (Red Vinyl)”
Hazy liquid static washed over me half way through the first track and my fingers found their way to the buy button. Definitively glad to have this in my vinyl collection.
Keep making music Stargazer Lilies, you have a fan in me. Revolver Clyde