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This self-produced fifth studio album's nine songs are existential meditations examining life’s possibilities, facing the hand we’ve been dealt ...
Gracious Tide, Take Me Home – 10th Anniversary Edition (2021 reissue)
  1. Lungs Quicken
  2. If I've Been Unkind
  3. Keep On Trying
  4. Ships In The Rain
  5. A Kingdom
  6. The Places We Call Home
  7. Blanket Of Leaves
  8. Tricks
  9. You're Almost There
  10. I Love You, Sleepyhead
  11. Not Going Back To The Harbour
  12. The Watchhouse And The Daughter
  13. Sapsorrow
  14. You Need Better
  15. My Shield
  16. Not Going Back To The Harbour (High Tide Version)


Gracious Tide, Take Me Home – 10th Anniversary Edition (2021 reissue)

bella union
  • very limited gatefold remaster 2lp

    Released: 11th Jun 2021

    out of stock

Following last year’s Mercury nominated Spook The Herd album Lanterns On The Lake have announced news of a deluxe 10th Anniversary vinyl reissue of their acclaimed debut album, Gracious Tide, Take Me Home, out 11th June via Bella Union.

The band’s much-loved debut has been meticulously remastered at Abbey Road studios and will be released on double vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with gold foil print. Additionally, the album comes with five previously unreleased tracks recorded during the original sessions. Fusing the most fragile and graceful end of the folk music spectrum to the most luminous properties of cinemascope rock, Gracious Tide, Take Me Home used a smorgasbord of instruments (guitars, violin, mandolin, piano, synths, glockenspiels, even a kalimba) to paint a variety of beautiful vistas, from the ambient ‘Ships In The Rain’ to the galloping ‘A Kingdom’, from the six-minute layers of ‘The Places We Call Home’ to the skeletal 73-second finale ‘Not Going Back To The Harbour’. There’s always been a compelling drama to Lanterns On The Lake; the way the opening track ‘Lungs Quicken’ shifts from dreamy restraint to a full-blown crescendo indicated the true power at their fingertips