'Where I Should End' is the sophomore album release from Saint Sister, recorded with RĂ­an Trench in The Meadow, Co. Wicklow, and mixed in Berlin with Benedikt MacIsaac. Written on and off the tour cycle of their debut album 'Where I Should End' seeks to find meaning in a world that doesn't stand still. Doherty and MacIntyre challenged themselves to create a distinctive and audible shift in their sound. There's a playfulness, a messiness that was never there before and where vulnerability is laid out in broad daylight, subtle jokes pierce the darkness. Retaining layered, folk-driven harmonies in shared verses and the bones of traditional music in melodies, they go bigger with the instrumentation; adding synths, drum machines and electronic pulses to reflect the lives that they lead.
'Where I Should End' is the sophomore album release from Saint Sister, recorded with RĂ­an Trench in The Meadow, Co. Wicklow, and mixed in Berlin with Benedikt MacIsaac. Written on and off the tour cycle of their debut album 'Where I Should End' seeks to find meaning in a world that doesn't stand still. Doherty and MacIntyre challenged themselves to create a distinctive and audible shift in their sound. There's a playfulness, a messiness that was never there before and where vulnerability is laid out in broad daylight, subtle jokes pierce the darkness. Retaining layered, folk-driven harmonies in shared verses and the bones of traditional music in melodies, they go bigger with the instrumentation; adding synths, drum machines and electronic pulses to reflect the lives that they lead.
5060650630601

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IE:TOO
Rel. Date: 06/25/2021
UPC: 5060650630601

Where Should I End
Artist: Saint Sister
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order $45.99
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DISC: 1

1. My Brilliant Friend
2. Dynamite
3. Karaoke Song
4. The Place That I Work (FT. Lisa Hannigan)
5. Irish Hour
6. Date Night
7. Oh My God Oh Canada
8. Manchester Air
9. House 9
10. Any Dreams?

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'Where I Should End' is the sophomore album release from Saint Sister, recorded with RĂ­an Trench in The Meadow, Co. Wicklow, and mixed in Berlin with Benedikt MacIsaac. Written on and off the tour cycle of their debut album 'Where I Should End' seeks to find meaning in a world that doesn't stand still. Doherty and MacIntyre challenged themselves to create a distinctive and audible shift in their sound. There's a playfulness, a messiness that was never there before and where vulnerability is laid out in broad daylight, subtle jokes pierce the darkness. Retaining layered, folk-driven harmonies in shared verses and the bones of traditional music in melodies, they go bigger with the instrumentation; adding synths, drum machines and electronic pulses to reflect the lives that they lead.