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MURDER BY DEATH BITTER DRINK BITTER MOON LP VINYL NEW (US) 33RPM

MURDER BY DEATH BITTER DRINK BITTER MOON LP VINYL NEW (US) 33RPM

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Track Listings
1. My Hill
2. Lost River
3. Straight at the Sun
4. No Oath, No Spell
5. I Came Around
6. Hard World
7. Ditch Lilly
8. The Curse of Elkhart
9. Ramblin'
10. Queen Mab (Instrumental)
11. Go to the Light
12. Oh, to Be An Animal
13. Ghost Fields

Put simply, Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon is Murder by Death s most beautiful album to date. It is a robust record brimming with all the qualities we love about the band while taking the music in a new direction. This is a band that has somehow managed to fly just under the radar of most, but if there was ever an album to put them on the map, it s this one. --Paste Magazine

On Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon, Murder By Death reach a new plateau in the development of their ongoing pursuit of rollicking gothic indie folk, simultaneously sounding born of an era long past yet grounded in a rock n roll spirit that s nothing if not contemporary. --American Songwriter

This rollicking clash between light and dark gives the album a kind of macabre tent-revival feeling...This level of immersion alone make Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon worth the time it takes to give it a listen, and the fact that the album is filled with killer songs to slam bourbon to is really just icing on the (probably arsenic-laced) cake. --All Music Guide

On their sixth album and first for Blooshot Records, Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon, the band comes off a bit like Tindersticks having a back-porch jam with the Pogues, bringing a sort of folk-rock noir feel to Turla s dark, evocative, Edgar Allen Poe-goes-West lyricism. --MTVHive

This rollicking clash between light and dark gives the album a kind of macabre tent-revival feeling…This level of immersion alone make Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon worth the time it takes to give it a listen, and the fact that the album is filled with killer songs to slam bourbon to is really just icing on the (probably arsenic-laced) cake. --All Music Guide