WEB FLAC (tracks) | Front cover | 216 mb | 34:59 | MP3 CBR 320kbps | 81 mb
Indie Pop, Alternative | Label: Skeleton Key Records
Tender, bluesy folk dominated their debut LP, but on ‘Revolution Of Mind’ She Drew The Gun glisten with sonic flair on a confident, immersive sophomore effort.
A voice for the voiceless, Louisa Roacher’s lyricism is poignant and powerful as she offers a critique on social norms and government actions, her words lifted higher by zero-gravity synth lines and psychedelic splashes of guitar. Spoken-word that borders on rap at times, Roacher performs poetry that challenges the status quo to create a sonic revolution; “how can one be free whilst one lives in pain,” she defiantly sings.
02. Something For The Pain
03. Arm Yourself
04. Between Stars
05. Wolf and Bird
07. Ocean Song
08. Revolution Of Mind
10. Resister Reprise