01. Prologue 02. Kettering 03. Sylvia 04. Atrophy 05. Bear 06. Thirteen 07. Two 08. Shiva 09. Wake 10. Epilogue
"One of the most beautiful and moving works I've heard in a long, long time. Just astonishing."
-NPR's All Songs Considered
"...they've put their own stamp on a modern strand of grandiose yet intimate indie rock. Peter Silberman's vocals, rising and falling in little shivers, recall Win Butler; the music is like a de-glitched version of Azeda Booth's somnolent anthems; the lyrics evoke Bon Iver's maudlin uplift and emotional intelligence" - Pitchfork
"Hospice is at once the simplest and most immense album of the year."
-My Old Kentucky Blog
Sometimes you have to put yourself first, no matter how difficult that notion seems; no matter how much time and effort you’ve already put into this one person—the person who’s reduced your very being to its absolute core. Just ask Peter Silberman, the string-pulling founder of The Antlers, a solo project that suddenly went widescreen on the self-released Hospice LP (now receiving a proper widespread pressing through Frenchkiss).
The first Antlers effort to feature two key permanent players—powerhouse drummer Michael Lerner and the layer-lathering multi-instrumentalist Darby Cicci—it’s an album with a sound that’s actually as ambitious as its concept.
The beautifully Remastered version of Hospice was done by Greg Calbi (Sonic Youth, Grizzly Bear, MGMT, Passion Pit).
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