Album Review

Black Heart Procession, The – ?The Spell? – [Touch and Go]

Numa   7/18/2006   A Library, CD

Dark Buried Love. Somber songs for solemn sunless days. Songs of scorned lovers and secluded emotions are found throughout this prototypical release from The Black Heart Procession. After four years without a full-release, the San Diego-based The Black Heart Procession emerges with this album of despondent love songs. Originally formed as a side project of Pall Jenkins and Tobias Nathaniel from Three Mile Pilot, The Black Heart Procession pulled in the string talent of Matt Resovich from The Album Leaf. Joe Plummer (ex-Modest Mouse) plays the drums on this release. Break-up pop? Introverted lover? A bottle of Gin’ This music makes you recall all those lost moments and regrets. (If you have a guilty conscience like me) — Numa

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