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Weyes Blood

And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow

CD + two-sided poster - £11.99 | Buy
LP + two-sided poster - £21.99
We’re not worthy! Natalie Mering’s 5th album sets her exquisite, ear- massaging vocals against a lavish boudoir of rich, instrumental timbres.
Weyes Blood

The Innocents (rsd 22)

Record Store Day 2022 - "Nuclear Pond" Colour LP - £24.99
The Innocents is Weyes Blood’s second album, originally released in 2014 and now available again on Nuclear Pond color vinyl exclusively for Record Store ...

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have you in my wilderness

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a disarmingly striking, multi-textured avant-pop delight - the Los Angeles artist has been gradually becoming more & more accessible whilst remaining wonder...
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are we there

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Compelled by a restless spirit & written from a place of honesty, the captivating singer-songwriter's 4th effort is both magically poignant & sublim...
Titanic Rising
  1. A Lot's Gonna Change
  2. Andromeda
  3. Everyday
  4. Something to Believe
  5. Titanic Rising
  6. Movies
  7. Mirror Forever
  8. Wild Time
  9. Picture Me Better
  10. Nearer to Thee

Weyes Blood

Titanic Rising

  • cd

    Released: 5th Apr 2019


an album of deep reflection and immeasurable beauty, natalie mering’s fluid songwriting and heavenly vocals inhabit irresistibly dreamy waves of spirit-touching melody.

Through her 4th album, she’s designed her own universe to soulfully navigate life’s mysteries. The Weyes Blood frontwoman grew up singing in gospel and madrigal choirs. Listen closely and you’ll also hear the jazz of Hoagy Carmichael mingle with the artful mysticism of Alejandro Jodorowsky and the monomyth of scholar Joseph Campbell and there’s no way this won’t stir deep feelings in the hearts of father john misty and carole king fans. “like Julia holter’s ‘have you in my wilderness’, ‘titanic rising’ is the sound of an intractably experimental writer exploring and inhabiting “conventional song structures, and the results are tremendous” 5/5 – mojo. “an extraordinary exercise in baroque postmodernism” 9/10 – album of the month – uncut.