NW Album Reviews
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Released in July of this year, Four Hymns for Humility’s Funeral is The Ludovico Treatment’s newest studio album, and one that showcases how much this band is capable of when their heads collide.
Near the end of their set, Bowman announced that this would be the band’s’ last time in Seattle while promoting Disappear Here. This bittersweet statement was a little sad, but mostly exciting, since it implied that Bad Suns are already planning the release of a third album. No matter what the future of Bad Suns holds, Seattle will surely welcome them back with open arms whenever they choose to come back!
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You don’t have to know Lanegan’s songs to appreciate his lyrics (though if you do know them, you’ll undoubtedly want to dig out his records to listen to while reading this). You don’t even have to read them in order, necessarily; simply flip open to any page, and let the raw emotion sweep over you.
Premiering Now On NW Music Scene
Premiering today on Northwest Music Scene is the new video from Strangely Alright for their recently released single “Coffee Cup.”
It’s clear that Wilson loves being in this band, loves what Warfield brings to the table and is having a lot of fun getting back out there.