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Clouds in Our Hair

by Blue Light Curtain

Dark and dreamy. Recorded by Scott Colburn (Animal Collective, Arcade Fire)! The vinyl comes with a free CD version of the album!
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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1. Back of My Head
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2. Five & Eight
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3. Please, Believe Me
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4. Madeleine Ferguson
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5. Underneath
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6. Night Falls In
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7. First in Line
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8. Elephant in Your Heart
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9. Running Down the Stairs
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10. Up in the Air
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Blue Light Curtain takes Velvet Underground’s drone and makes it their own, it’s application in the finest fashion.” – TRENT MOORMAN, The Stranger

“Blue Light Curtain goes for the wall of sound approach, offering shimmering guitars, dense percussion and reverb-drenched vocals singing vague, repetitive lyrics.” Molly Templeton, Eugene Weekly

“dreamy dronesters” – The Seattle Weekly

“…shoegazers Blue Light Curtain are creating a tech-infused wave that will have A&R reps salivating.” MA’CHELL DUMA LAVASSAR, The Stranger

“Laura Bratton, the primary vocalist, sings in a style that would be readily familiar to fans of the aformentioned 4AD Records and dreampop music; ethereal and somewhat detached, but in spite of that aloof sound, she manages to really engage the crowd. There’s a warmth there often lacking in the genre that’s very comforting and more than a little sexy.” – ThreeImaginaryGirls.com

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