Waxahatchee: Cerulean Salt

Waxahatchee SKU: 43531110
Waxahatchee: Cerulean Salt

Waxahatchee: Cerulean Salt

Waxahatchee SKU: 43531110

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Cerulean Salt
Artist: Waxahatchee
Label: Don Giovanni Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 634457132122
Genre: Rock

Limited cerulean blue colored vinyl LP pressing. On her second full-length record as Waxahatchee, former P.S. Eliot singer Katie Crutchfield's compelling hyper-personal poetry is continuously crushing. Cerulean Salt follows American Weekend - a collection of minimal acoustic-guitar pop written and recorded in a week at her family's Birmingham home. On this record, Crutchfield's songs continue to be marked by her sharp, hooky songwriting; her striking voice and lyrics that simultaneously seem hyper-personal yet relentlessly relatable, teetering between endearingly nostalgic and depressingly dark. But whereas before the thematic focus of her songcraft was on break ups and passive-aggressive crushing, this record reflects on her family and Alabama upbringing. Whereas American Weekend was mostly just Crutchfield and her guitar, Cerulean Salt is occasionally amped up, with a full band and higher-fi production.

1.1 Not the Tremblin' Kind
1.2 Little Bit of You
1.3 Queen of the Coast
1.4 Pile of Woe
1.5 Two Seconds
1.6 Churches Off the Interstate
1.7 The Whiskey Makes You Sweeter
1.8 Do You Ever Think of Me
1.9 Big Wheel
1.10 My Heart Goes Out to You
1.11 Somewhere, Some Night
1.12 The Way It Is
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