dragging a dead deer up a hill
a new reissue of an all time shop favourite - liz harris's breakthrough 2008 album of perfect, lo-fi, mist soaked dream-pop, which has been out of print for the last few years.
this album marked a departure of sorts for liz which sees her turn down the fuzz-boxes which caged (& to some degree defined) her sound & allows her voice to ring out above everything else. harris’s incredible vocals saunter hauntingly over stripped down guitar lines & looped environmental dronescapes & her evocative sound is guaranteed to appeal to fans of classic dream-pop music from slowdive & belly to the cocteau twins & this mortal coil. “deeply meditative” Drowned in Sound. “This remarkable album is actually what I personally always wanted 4AD records to sound like, only they never quite delivered the hazy pleasures their beautiful sleeve art promised” Pitchfork [8.2].
- Heavy Water/Iʼd Rather Be Sleeping
- When We Fall
- Traveling Through A Sea
- Fishing Bird (Empty Gutted in the Evening Breeze)
- Iʼm Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill
- A Cover Over
- Wind and Snow
- Tidal Wave
- Weʼve All Gone to Sleep