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The Delta Saints - Death Letter Jubilee (2013)

12-09-2013, 15:33
Music | Blues | Rock

The Delta Saints - Death Letter Jubilee (2013)

Artist: The Delta Saints
Title Of Album: Death Letter Jubilee
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: The Delta Saints
Genre: Blues, Southern Blues-Rock, Electric Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 45:53 Min
Total Size: 110 Mb


1. Liar
2. Chicago
3. Death Letter Jubilee
4. Jezebel
5. Boogie
6. Out to Sea
7. Sing to Me
8. Drink It Slow
9. From the Dirt
10. The Devil's Creek
11. River
12. Old Man
13. Jericho

The Delta Saints are not what they say they are. Delta? Absolutely. But saints? One might call them “cautionary tales” long before the term “saints” ever came to mind; however, there is something devout about their bayou rock, a dirty, distinct sound they’ve zealously refined on their debut full-length, Death Letter Jubilee. Alternating between raucous melodies and slow-burning odes to the devil in his many forms, Ben Ringel (vocals/dobro), Dylan Fitch (guitar), David Supica (bass), and Ben Azzi (drums) explore themes of difficult love, the wanderer’s high road, and the moral low road using their unconscious fascination with the classical elements – earth, air, fire, and water – as a natural vehicle for their briny narratives.
With Death Letter Jubilee, The Delta Saints are blooming into life not as a pretty flower might, but perhaps a mushroom explosion from an atomic bomb or a feral thunderhead. After two self-released and well received EPs, Pray On and A Bird Called Angola, fans demanded a full length and happily burst through the band’s Kickstarter goal to get it. “That is a feeling like no other,” Ben Ringel claims. “It’s awesome and also humbling. And it’s good pressure on us to succeed. It’s the kind of pressure we were able to harness and strive off of.”
The members of The Delta Saints each moved to Nashville for college in 2007. They first found common ground as old-world-loving, good-bourbon-swilling musicians and began playing together around town before they had any plans to record. As the searing harmonica and howling vocals of their live show began garnering notoriety in a city known well for its indifference to anything less than worthwhile, The Saints rode their roots rock wave right into the studio.

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vectragts   User offline   16 January 2013 10:51

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