Filthy Friends: Emerald Valley

Filthy Friends SKU: 38728013
Filthy Friends: Emerald Valley

Filthy Friends: Emerald Valley

Filthy Friends SKU: 38728013

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Emerald Valley
Artist: Filthy Friends
Label: Kill Rock Stars
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 759656065412
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing includes digital download, housed in a gatefold sleeve. The first releases from Filthy Friends, the scorchingly melodic rock group whose membership consists of some of the most original musical voices of the past three decades, came as a small, delightful shock to the system. Not only because of the names associated with the project, including Sleater-Kinney co-founder Corin Tucker, R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck and indie stalwarts Scott McCaughey and Kurt Bloch, but also because of how ably they were able to mesh their individual sounds into a crackling melodic whole on debut album Invitation. Now, with their follow-up Emerald Valley, the Friends have proven their collective mettle, crafting a thematic suite of songs that finds the quintet digging deeper into their bag of musical tricks and giving Tucker room to rage about and mourn the fate of our planet and the people who inhabit it.

1.1 Emerald Valley
1.2 Pipeline
1.3 November Man
1.4 Only Lovers Are Broken
1.5 Angels
1.6 The Elliott
1.7 One Flew East
1.8 Break Me
1.9 Last Chance County
1.10 Hey Lacey
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