Well beatniks, you know I don’t make a habit of premiering things, so I don’t get caught up in the game but I was approached by my dude Justin McGrath akaTerror Barn, Shadow Folk frontman and I couldn’t turn him down. Mainly, because this has become on my favorite song from this canadian band. Justin was kind enough to give me this sneak peak yesterday of his new tracks for a split cassette they’re doing with Toronto’s friends Sunny Beaches where their combining their respected EPs.
There ,Shadow Folk meander through 18 minutes of poppy garage with the physical dexterity of 60s molasses . Really I’m so pleased I can share this, I’m like a kid in grammar school that knows a secret for say to his mates.
You can pick up digital version for name your own price right now or what I suggest is grab the cassette that will be release soon [obviously].
You will find this on their bandcamp, purveyor of many fine aural excursions.
Shadow Folk/Sunny Beaches
released October 29, 2015
Justin McGrath – Vocals, Guitars, Lead Guitar on “Dexter”, Piano on “Billy”, Noise/Samples on “Heaven’s Gate II” & “Dexter”
Ian Bennett – Bass, Slide Guitar on “Season’s End”
Jordan Murphy – Drums
Keith McFadden – Rhythm Guitar on “Dexter”
Bill Stevenson – Piano on “Season’s End”
Charles Austin – Engineer, Noise on “Dexter”
James O’toole – Mastering
Luke Mumford – Mastering
Francisco Lopes II – Engineer
3.Heaven’s Gate II (The 13th Basement of Hell) 02:01
4.Billy Part II (City Lights) 02:24
5.Season’s End 03:58
6.Full Moon In The Garden 02:00