Release Date: 11/04/22
This is the poetry of two souls sombrely embracing their loneliness together and apart.
Quickly following up their debut earlier in 2012, Lebanon Hanover exemplified no rest for the weary and wicked with the All Hallows Eve release of their second studio album Why Not Just Be Solo. Their sophomore release is a headlong journey into a sonic catharsis. Expressing honest and intimate emotions without hesitation sees the duo of Larissa Iceglass and William Maybelline evoking rural romanticism and urban decay, the artifice of the modern age, and the beauty of nature and the human condition. Thematically the album expresses the Rilkean paradox of being an outsider, comfortable with detachment, yet longing for love and affection in a spiralling melancholy. This is the poetry of two souls sombrely embracing their loneliness together and apart.
|Label: Fabrika Records|
|Run Time: 39 mins|
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