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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Re: Carissa's Wierd Re-Reunite?

Posted by on Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 10:16 AM

Mr. Bis speculated about the possibility of the band reuniting yesterday, and it would appear the band is reuniting, at least for now. Some more news from Hardly Art:

Hardly Art is proud to share the first new material from Carissa's Wierd in over seven years. The seminal northwest group - whose members went on to form Band of Horses and Grand Archives, and spawned the solo projects of Jenn Ghetto (S) and Sera Cahoone - has recorded two new tracks, which will be released on a 7" and digitally on September 13. It is fitting that these tracks are presented as odes, both of which pack a wistful wallop that has come to be expected from the group. The first, to "Tucson," the birthplace of Carissa's Wierd, with the violin lines of Sarah Standard beaming through the adage "you can never go home again" before things get a bit metal. The second, to "Meredith & Iris," a dramatic waltz number delivered with an intensity that implies it has been marinating for the past decade. Both tracks feature Mat Brooke (Grand Archives, Band of Horses) and Jenn Ghetto (S) on vocals, and both songs are exclusive to this 7". Stream the b-side, "Meredith & Iris," here.

 

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Posted by Josh Bis http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Author.html?oid=3815563 on August 4, 2011 at 2:21 PM · Report this

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