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Mount Eerie
(after)

Following the decision to release the most personal album ever made in A Crow Looked At Me Phil Elverum went out on tour as Mount Eerie playing these heartbroken songs in front of gasping audiences across the US and Europe. Though no recordings were allowed, someone taped one of the shows and here it is in all it's fragile glory. Now happily married again, we may not see this kind of naked songwriting again from Elverum so this is a vital document of that troubled time. 

Mount Eerie
A Crow Looked At Me

Here is something very special indeed. A new Mount Eerie album is always something to be cherished but this one deals with the grief and loss suffered by Phil Elverum following the tragic passing of his wife. To put this sense of loss into his art ....well I just hope in some way it was cathartic for him. The results are almost unbearable - a tear-drenched simply recorded music on love and loss that is sure to be one of 2017's most important albums.  
  • Vinyl LP (ELV040)

Bishop Allen/ The Microphones/ Golden Boots And Paelo
Collaborations With A 1940s Webster-Chicago Wire Recorder


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