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Compact Disc (CD)
Physical CD in gorgeous 4-panel digipak with original artwork. In addition to the CD, you'll also get an immediate download of all 11 tracks and an NWBD sticker. All proceeds go directly to the artist.
Includes unlimited streaming of Red Hand
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Musically revelrous, but lyrically so very much about death; that's the bargain struck by Not Waving But Drowning on this, their third record. "Red Hand" alludes to thievery of all sorts - whether through the tale of a cross-dressing bandit of the 1600s, the relentless creep of Alzheimer's disease, or the intrigues of a courtesan turned international spy. Nearly all ending in the demise, timely or not, of the songs' protagonists.These, and other such tales, populate "Red Hand" with a compelling cast of characters and narratives, pushed onward and upward by the band's myriad blend of musical sounds and styles.
released November 15, 2014
All songs written and performed by Not Waving But Drowning
Produced by Not Waving But Drowning
Mastered by Noel Summerville
Mixed by John Frazier
Recorded by Ben Riesman, John Frazier, Matthew Talmage
Cover art by Mason Brown
FOR THEIR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS TO OUR KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN - HAIKUS OF GRATITUDE:
colors the dusk, dawn and the
aura of Ali
Ali Luminescent, keep coloring outside the lines!
Charlie smiles, leans
back on his Throne of Shotguns
Whispers two words: "horse ..."
Charlie Hailey, fill in the blank!
From Singapore shores
come warm winds, tomorrow's sun
and a gift from Max
Max Theobald, we sail tonight!
Queen City rises
Alexis keeps the promise
of the dogwood bloom
Alexis Gordon, may you spring ever forward!
beard belie mischievous boy
Mom hugs to this day
Carol Uhlig, hugs from all us kids!
Ice skates on North Lake
Trace a path across our hearts
full of thanks, Elsbeth
Elsbeth Brown, we love you!
Ahead in the snow
Fire against the blind night, Matt
leads us home again