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LAURA JANE GRACE & the Devouring Mothers

BS 269 BOUGHT TO ROT   CD/COLOR LP   Out November NOW!!!

Debut album from new band led by Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace

Deluxe LP on red vinyl. Includes digital download.

14 tracks spanning Laura Jane Grace’s fractured relationship with her adopted hometown of Chicago, true friendship, complicated romance, and reconciling everything in the end, Bought to Rot stands as the most musically diverse collection of songs Grace has written to date.

Inspired in large part by Tom Petty's Full Moon Fever, the first album Grace ever owned, Bought to Rot finds her at the same age Petty was when he created his solo debut masterpiece. In light of his recent passing, Grace was motivated to pay homage to one of her lifelong heroes.

 

 

For I Wanna Go Back To Detroit City, his fifth album for Bloodshot, he wanted to return to his adopted hometown – a town that’s seen peaks and valleys just like Andre – from hustle and bustle to bust, from drinking out of crystal to drinking out of brown paper. - See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/i-wanna-go-back-detroit-city#sthash.VHsUeZZR.dpuf
An album as relevant as their formative early work; political by not being political, re-affirming our greatest aspirations by focusing on the tiniest of truths. - See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/south-broadway-athletic-club#sthash.BoSAKoSq.dpuf

Folk-punk lifers The Mekons teamed up with Chicago’s musical polyglot Robbie Fulks for a month to record this limited-edition collection of rough sea shanties and mournful tales pulled from the fog of the bay and the fog of the local whiskey distillery

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Mini Mekons Robbie Fulks Jura Album Art Cover

- See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/JURA#sthash.5fhROTfD.dpuf
At once bluegrass, blues, folk, and country, it is also none of them. It is a product of two voices intertwined with one another for over three decades. It might be best summarized as Appalachian soul. Pure Freakwater - See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/scheherazade#sthash.ulA1aFz9.dpuf
At once bluegrass, blues, folk, and country, it is also none of them. It is a product of two voices intertwined with one another for over three decades. It might be best summarized as Appalachian soul. Pure Freakwater - See more at: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/album/scheherazade#sthash.ulA1aFz9.dpuf