a white CD with handwritten title in a kraft paper sleeve, stitched together with white thread. lino-cut cover art block-printed in wine-colored ink by Maddie Hoeppner. handwritten track titles on the back.
each print is imperfect in its own way, so please allow some variation from copy to copy.
Includes unlimited streaming of farm ephemera
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
supported by 4 fans who also own “campfire under full moon”
There is something haunting about the family having zero clue about WW2 in its entirety. I remember learning about them and wondering and I still wonder now how many are still in the wilderness, driven there by atrocities or not. Many find being alone to be fear inducing. But they left and isolated out of fear to begin with. This music is just the tip of the iceberg for how haunting and emotional the situation is. It does its job as well as possible, though. Amazing. jacensolodjo