Oh, Glory. Oh, Wilderness.
Releasing: 3 November
John Orth’s voice has this quivering quality that’s a refreshing antidote to all the auto-tune found on the radio. “The Art Teacher and the Little Stallion” is a good song to enjoy a sunny day with, or to play on a rainy day in protest to the weather. The song has a crisp sound to it, making me wish I knew the words so I could sing along.
01 The Art Teacher and the Little Stallion
02 Black Lacquered Shame
03 Boys on Motorbikes
04 Cherry Glow
05 The Conductor and the Hobbyist (Avalanche)
06 The Last Transmission (Honeybee)
07 The Lazy Matador
08 Little Stallion with a Glass Jaw
09 Oh, Glory
11 Snow-packed Hush
The Art Teacher and the Little Stallion [MP3]
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