This is Whitman's first proper full-length. Recorded entirely on analog tape by Gilbert Loera (aka American Gil), this album contains a slew of musical guests that elevate Whitman's songs to whole new territory. This is a collection of thirteen songs, choked out in smog and violence, like a voice raising loud before cracking.
Released on white vinyl LP's housed in old re-purposed record sleeves, turned inside-out and screen-printed with artwork by Tara Tavi. Includes a lyric booklet and digital download.
01 Sweet Nothings 02 The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All 03 Chasing Rabbits 04 Snow Beasts 05 Bodies 06 Tanning In The Sunset 07 Blood In The Fur 08 Children And Other Garden Creatures 09 Dead Horse 10 The Elephant Song 11 Clipped Wings 12 Keep Your Chin Up Kid 13 Claustrophobic In Your Arms