Caamp – By & By - 2019 Indie Folk - Black Vinyl - Sealed 2LP

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Caamp - By & By 
 
 
Label: Mom + Pop – MP429
Format:     
Vinyl, LP
Vinyl, LP, Etched
Standard black double vinyl with insert and side D etching. Includes album download
Barcode: 0858275056518
All Media, Album
Country: US
Released: Jul 2019
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk
 
 
A1  Feels Like Home
A2 Keep The Blues Away
A3 No Sleep
A4 Peach Fuzz
 
 
B1 Wolf Song
B2 Penny, Heads Up
B3 Wunderbar
B4 On & On & On
 
 
C1 Moonsmoke
C2 Huckleberry Love
C3 By and By
C4 Of Love and Life
 
 
 
"The Ohio trio Caamp recorded and produced their latest album “By and By,” in Fort Worth Texas, clad in white t shirts using vintage equipment. The boys had “high hopes and no reservations” and this mentality overflows into the music. The album is mature, aching with sincerity and simplicity, reminding you why you fell in love with folk music in the first place.
 
Caamp’s music moves like a summer day. Evoking memories of taking a quick dip in the river, the slow transition into an evening in fresh denim, drinking a dangerously strong punch in someone’s backyard. “By and By” is curated in perfect lulls. From acoustic to twangy electric leads, you never question the natural progression. Caamp cultivates their own unique sound, dabbling in folk, rock and a bite of bluegrass. Taylor Meier smoky vocals are effortlessly smoothed out by Evan Westfall’s.
 
Each song, while complimenting the work as a whole, exists in its own separate moment.  Opening with “Feels like Home,” builds slowly, that erupts into a brisk, foot tapping melody. The song is gritty and lovely, setting the tone for the rest of the album, seemingly to ask the question, where do you feel the most at home? What state, what city, or is it a person? (if the answer is a person, maybe you should call them).
 
“Keep the Blues Away” and “Peach Fuzz” are songs that swings you straight back onto a sticky bar dance floor. Where everyone has a cheap beer in their hand and boys say things like “you are sweeter than chamomile.” Whereas a song like “Penny Heads up” and “Moonsmoke” are quiet and pensive, meant for wandering mind and a stoop cigarette." (HoneyPunchMagazine)
 
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Condition New
Format 2LP
Color Black