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Small Town Boredom - Notes From The Infirmary (CD)
Small Town Boredom return with more outsider pop / lo-fi slow-core / understated genius in the form of their second long-player Notes From The Infirmary. Returning to the beautifully melancholic instrumentation and heavy-hearted vocals found on debut Autumn Might Have Hope, this recording captures a further development of the band's aesthetic. Whereas the first album offered blurred, whiskey-soaked melancholic warmth, Notes From The Infirmary, recorded during imposed sobriety, is galvanized by a sharper focus, being in places more edgy and embittered but sounding like the reinvigorated beauty of a new day.
Song For Mathew Leonard (6.11)
All tracks written by Fraser McGowan and Colin Morrison.
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