This is touching me in all the right places. The steel guitar brings an alluring Americana cosmos, while and enchanting touch. On one song, My wife claimed it could be the soundtrack to 'Game of Thrones'. She’s not wrong. A very well written and captivating listen.
Favorite track: Cross The Hill.
"Abronia affect a meditative attitude, and concentrate on an exploratory feel within their tracks...there’s no question they establish themselves here as a cohesive unit of songwriters with a definite story to tell through their work." – THE OBELISK
"The sound, with its ample use of lap steel and reverb-heavy electric guitar, is firmly rooted in a sun-baked strain of Americana. But never too far from the surface are elements of European art rock in all of its guises (krautrock, psychedelia, prog) and a welcome wild card in the form of Keelin Mayer, who adds a Stooges-like squall with her saxophone and composed vocal turns à la Nico or former Swans singer Jarboe."- PORTLAND MERCURY
Co-released by Cardinal Fuzz & Feeding Tube Records
released January 4, 2020
Recorded by Nalin Silva and Eric Crespo to 2" tape at Type Foundry in Portland, OR. Additional recording by Eric Crespo at Torch Toucher. Mixed by Billy Anderson at Everything HZ. Mastered by Chris Hardman.