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A powerfully subdued record from one of indie rock's most promising up and coming bands. Singer/songwriter Richard Edwards commands a unique blend of electric and acoustic guitars, trumpet, and strings (along with drums and bass, of course) to create songs that are beautifully melodic, but also rough around the edges. The Dust Of Retreat has a worn, lived-in feel; it's the kind of record that reminds you of your favorite pair of jeans, the pair that disintergrated years ago.
But be warned, the music belies Edwards' lyrics, which for the most part are meditations on death, heartbreak, and inebriation.
All in all, this is a great album worthy of repeated listening, and if nothing else, uncomfortable lyrics allow us to open doors we might not otherwise open.
There is some pretty interesting stuff behind those doors.
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