The songs throughout are almost heartbreaking in their tenderness and beauty:
most of them consist of little beyond Douglas’s bone-brittle guitars and voice,
fragile as porcelain, and the melodies bob slowly, like paper sailboats on a lake.
tica plays tonight
with giant peach + guilt mountain
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Our Lady Star of the Sea Help + Protect Us (TL – 100)
many thanks to T + GP xotl
Good Good Blood
Songs From Where I Live
a fragile and beautiful psych folk excursion
Find another great interview at Overblown,
GoldFlakePaint has some more tender words
thankful for great company
from our land to your land + back again, find a way XOTL
“We’re not bringing the sitar into a Western context or anything similarly contrived.
We’re simply using the languages we know to speak with one another
and whoever else up or out there might be listening.
We’re just two friends having a very odd conversation.”