Tuesday 04 December 2012

PREMiERE: Cobra & Vulture “Prairia”

By all accounts it looks like it’s been a pretty decent year for  Cobra & Vulture (who used to be Nightwood), gigging regularly and frequently, releasing a second EP and working on a soon-to-be-released full length debut.

There’s no official release date for Grasslands, the above mentioned debut LP, but recently Amber Goodwyn, Erin Ross, and Jeremy MacCuish, sent me a sample of the work they’ve been doing.  The song, “Prairia” was recorded in Cobra & Vulture’s practice space, and it was mixed by their friend David Krajic. “The album is meant to be a surreal interpretation of a settler’s life,” the band recently told me, and there’s definitely hints of that interpretation in the song.

If you’ve yet to check out Cobra & Vulture, their two previous released EPs are available on Bandcamp for free.  I’ll bring you details of Grasslands‘ release as they become available.

MP3: Cobra & Vulture “Prairia”
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