Damn Choir: Creatures of Habit

Damn Choir SKU: 26013534
Damn Choir: Creatures of Habit

Damn Choir: Creatures of Habit

Damn Choir SKU: 26013534

Format: CD

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Title: Creatures of Habit
Artist: Damn Choir
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 888295041904
Genre: Pop

For years now The Damn Choir has been a local band worth noting. Apt at executing a plethora of genres, the potential to be great has always been there. It's just been an issue of finding the right cohesiveness for all of those varying influences. On the band's third album Creatures of Habit, they've finally found that balance. We're just surprised it took sectoring their different musical styles even further to find that smooth flow. Creatures is a wintry pop album that slips in and out of indie punk and roots rock spells with little warning. So perhaps it's the lyrical elements that bond these thirteen songs together so tightly. Singer and primary songwriter Gordon Robertson explained to Chicagoist that Creatures is 'essentially a concept album' and though after giving it a listen we were quick to assume the overarching theme is a gut-wrenching breakup with a loved one, he was quick to correct us. 'It's a breakup album in a different sense,' he told told us days before the album';s February 7th release. 'I grew up very religious. I was home schooled K through 12. It's about losing someone to the church.'

1.1 Creatures
1.2 Radiator
1.3 Morning Glory
1.4 East Bay
1.5 Devil's Frown
1.6 The Town with You in It
1.7 Surgery
1.8 Built for Two
1.9 Butcher
1.10 Say You Will
1.11 Under the Gun
1.12 Run for Water
1.13 Violet
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