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We are thrilled to share these very special, one of a kind, Little Death LPs!!
There are only 10 available and they're looking for good homes.
Each one is housed in an orange outer sleeve.
Limit 1 per cart.
Includes an SDR Tote bag and other goodies.
What's even better is that they're all for a good cause!
All proceeds will be going to New Orleans Mutual Aid Fund (NOMAG)
NOMAG is collective care & mutual aid serving families in Tremé, Lower 9th, 7th Ward & Mid-City NOLA. This helps some of our fellow New Orleanians with housing, food and other necessities.
Please visit https://www.instagram.com/nolacovid19mutualaid/ for more info, and paste http://gf.me/u/y3hv4r into your web browser to visit GoFundMe and contribute directly to the fund.
Recorded at Memaw's House on Franklin Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana • Summer of 2019
Songwriting, vocals, guitar • Willy Gantrim
Vocals, guitar • Sedef "Switch” Seren
Drums • Defne "Dizzy" Incirlioglu
Bass • Bob Ayo
Produced by • Zach Quinn & James Whitten
Album Cover Painting By • Sam Springston & Julian Wellisz
Layout By • Patrick Bailey
Vinyl Pressed With Love At New Orleans Record Press
©2020 Little Death
Strange Daisy Records | SDR021
Little Death, the debut album of the eponymous band, was recorded between huffs of desperately needed air conditioning in the New Orleans summer of 2019. At that time the band had been playing together for a few months, but the songs had been accumulating for over ten years. Songs of heartache, desperation and existential frustration from vocalist and guitar player, Willy, on acoustic guitar were projected through an electric prism by Dizzy's thunderous backbeat, Switch's atmospheric lead-guitar and backing vocals, and former-bassist Bob's steady low end. The resulting sound is reflective of each band members' varied tastes and musical gamuts but also their shared love of rock ‘n’ roll. And though the songs are bleak and seemingly pessimistic, perhaps some affirmation was fleetingly found in the joy of singing, playing, and recording them.
Ltd. Edition of 10