THE VINYL WORD: DEER TICK ‘DIVINE PROVIDENCE’ AND MANY MORE!

PREVIEW THE ALBUM HERE

John McCauley’s career in music has been fixed on a path of steady evolution ever since the release of Deer Tick’s studio debut War Elephant in 2007. With each subsequent record, his band has risen to the self-imposed challenge to outdo themselves—to do something they haven’t done before. Following last year’s brooding Black Dirt Sessions comes Divine Providence, a double-shot, rough-and-tumble rock ‘n’ roll record that only McCauley and company could craft.

The frontman has stated that with Divine Providence, the band set out to capture their live sound on record. If you’ve ever been to a Deer Tick show, you know exactly what that sounds like, and if you haven’t, you could probably guess. Loud, raw, gritty? Check. Sometimes silly, often earnest lyrics ripping from whiskey-soaked vocal chords? Got that, too. Everything one would come to expect from the band that lovingly performed an entire set in tribute to their grunge heroes under the moniker “Deervana” is represented on the record.Paste Magazine

OTHER NEW VINYL RELEASES:

Tom Waits Bad As Me
Dntel Life Is Full Of Possibilities
Blink-182 Neighborhoods
Devil Makes Three Stomp & Smash
Bjork Biophilia
Magnetic Fields Holiday
Dntel Anywhere Anyone (Remix)
Russian Circles Empros
Smiths Complete
Puscifer Conditions Of My Parole

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