Jewel case with 6 page booklet featuring the album lyrics and original artwork by UK artist Rachel Goodyear.
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Immediate download of 9-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
Includes high quality JPEGS of the album artwork plus a PDF containing the album lyrics.
2. Lost Dog
3. Ficht Heit
5. A Million Butterfly Skulls
6. In a Blackout
7. Dogs in the Surgery
8. Scruff of His Neck
9. Back of the Class
“the caustic post-punk fury of Wire and the Fall, intersected with the hard-nosed abrasiveness of such college radio staples as the Jesus Lizard and Drive Like Jehu. It’s a unique hybrid of heavy, excellently mastered by Shellac’s Bob Weston.”
“Widower has taken me by storm, and it will do the same to you if you’ve got a weak spot for (or a history in) fiercely emotional independent rock.”
“one of the most grimiest, exhilarating records of the year.”
“It’s kind of amazing and that the glue holding all of it together never came apart. And for a record of its style it comes off as incredibly loose, leading to the the spontaneity and nuanced noise that really seals the deal on it never overshadowing the albums many many great melodies.”
Built on a Weak Spot
“the strangulated epic guitars of 'Lost Dog' and the potent alt. rock hooks of 'A Million Butterfly Skulls' find Warm Widow expanding far beyond the sounds of Salford past - it's probably not too much of a stretch to suggest the band stray into territory occupied by the likes of No Age during their most melodic moments. Ace.”
Boomkat product review
“The future’s always grey in Manchester, but with Warm Widow on the horizon there’s at least hope of the clouds lifting.”
“Feckin' hell this album is great. A raw energetic tuneful blast of melodic noise from the mean streets of Manchester”
Norman Records Product Review
released 04 October 2010
All songs by Warm Widow and distinguished alumni: Greenwood Hane Hall Steinberg. Words by Martin Greenwood. Drawings by Rachel Goodyear.
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