Somewhere.... (10th Anniversary)
Banquet exclusive LP is on 'bone in brown' colour-in-colour vinyl, /300.
The 10th anniversary edition of the classic debut album from La Dispute, a scratchy, frantic mix of post-hardcore, emo and broken poetry. Completely remixed, remastered and with re-imagined artwork. Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega and Altaire is an absolute must have for the fans of post-hardcore music, including Touche Amore, Pianos Become The Teeth, Foxing, More Than Life and Defeater.
The album's style is characterised by different features, including dub-influenced bass drums and versatile vocals from Jordan Dreyer, who changes frequently, ranging from shouted hardcore punk styled vocals and screams, to spoken word portions and intentional use of off-key singing. Lyrically, the album features many themes of emotional anguish and is considered ultra-emotional; its emotions range though pain, rage, and anger and deals with loss considerably.
La Dispute at All Saints Church - Photo by Derek Bremner
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Cat no: LDsomewhere10
Label: No Sleep Records
Info correct on: 23/10/2018