Tindersticks: Something Rain

Tindersticks SKU: 43374694
Tindersticks: Something Rain

Tindersticks: Something Rain

Tindersticks SKU: 43374694

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Something Rain
Artist: Tindersticks
Label: City Slang
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 4250506803520
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. The Something Rain was Tindersticks ninth studio album and like it's predecessors, it projects a bold spirit, something charged with what Uncut described as a "restored self-belief, again loving doing what they do and doing it better than anyone else". Though within The Something Rain there is something else; the band, the ideas are formed - it touches what it is reaching for. There are the usual collaborators here - Terry Edwards (saxophone) and Andy Nice (cello, soprano sax) - and on The Something Rain they are also joined by: Thomas Bloch (crystal bachet), Gina Foster (vocals) Julian Siegel (bass clarinet, tenor saxophone) and Will Wilde (chromatic harmonica).

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