Civil Twilight: Story of An Immigrant

Civil Twilight SKU: 28171744
Civil Twilight: Story of An Immigrant

Civil Twilight: Story of An Immigrant

Civil Twilight SKU: 28171744

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Story of An Immigrant
Artist: Civil Twilight
Label: Wind-Up Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 601501345326
Genre: Rock

Double vinyl LP pressing. 2015 release, the third album from the Nashville-by-way-of-Cape Town alt-rock band. Civil Twilight's Steven (lead vocals, bass and piano) and Andrew McKeller (guitar), Richard Wouters (drums) and Kevin Dailey (keys and guitar) spent one month recording Story of an Immigrant with Ben H. Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Bombay Bicycle Club, Cut Copy) at Maze Studios in Atlanta. "This song both lyrically and musically seemed to set the course for the new music we were writing. It was the first song written for the new record where we all collectively went, 'I like this. Let's keep going in this direction,'" says front man Steven McKeller of the title track and album theme. "We think musically it very naturally links our past with where we're headed, and lyrically it's in many ways the story of our lives, our band, and our journey."


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