Timber Timbre – Creep on Creepin’ on

I have only heard two songs from this record, eagerly waiting for the release date to grab it. Upon pre-ordering the mp3 version I was treated to one track, “Black Water” which is quintessential Timber Timbre haunt folkiness complete with jangly piano, spooky synths and a lone voice crooning for some sunshine. A baritone saxophone only sweetens the deal here as the song closes slowly past the six minute mark plodding along in darkness. Beauty. You can pre-order the record here!

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  1. […] enough to admit, I really like this album. Hard to classify TT’s music, so I will go with experimental alternative-folk. The beginning […]

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