Nostalgia with a modern sound. Between rock and vaudeville Latitude x Longitude's debut album hints at the band's wide ranging influences. From the vaudevillian-rock sounds of "Paranoia", to the Metal-tinged guitar in "windowashers", to the delta-blues influence of "Wild Places" each track takes you into a new, satisfying direction. Raw, storytelling lyrics and gritty, unpredictable guitar bring to life their tales of murder, loss, risk and escape.
Recorded and Mixed over nine days in Seattle, LxL's self-titled debut album features 9 tracks and was recorded to 2" tape using an all analog signal path. Taking the opportunity to bring in additional talent, LxL's gritty vaudevillian sound is reinforced by the addition of a string section and a handmade drum set from the Southwestern US.
Exploring tragedies and tough decisions, the album looks hard subject matter in the eye with a sense of humor and self deprecation.