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|1.||"Deportation Blues" (4:44)|
|2.||"I'm In A Weird Place Now" (4:29)|
|3.||"Hell Or Pennsylvania" (4:29)|
|4.||"I'm Desperate" (4:08)|
|5.||"When I Think Of My Dog" (4:11)|
|1.||"Am I Dead Yet?" (5:23)|
|2.||"Midnight Ease" (4:56)|
|3.||"Fire In England" (3:45)|
|4.||"Until You Kiss Me" (3:00)|
In the aftermath of the Brexit vote the question on many people's minds is 'what's going to happen'...well an answer for some, at least, was a new BC Camplight album, fittingly named, Deportation Blues. Recording in Liverpool's Whitewood studios, Brian Christinzio is said to have locked himself in a windowless studio and recorded all songs almost exclusively in the dark. With title track Deportation Blues its most illuminating result, the album overall is a more electrified opus, musically speaking, than his previous long players How To Die In The North and Blink Of A Nihilist. Featuring Luke Barton on guitars and synth, alongside guitarist Tom Rothery and multi-instrumentalist/ backing singer Ali Bell, BC Camplight lights it up again.
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