Needle | Saint Timothy's

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Saint Timothy's

by Needle

Blending low-fi minimalist arrangements with lullabies and symphonic sagas.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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2. Let It Go
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3. Saint Timothy's
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4. The Scenery
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5. The Plan
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6. Sunsets
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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In a small isolated California high desert town, with the keys to a lovely church next door, free to go in whenever, Saint Timothy's emerged. Written from a very solitary place like a private journal, these seven songs are as sparse as a simple prayer. Concepts of grief, searching and starting over, then longing for redemption are explored with an old pipe organ, haunting vocals and a selection of keyboards and pianos.

Saint Timothy's is the follow-up to Needle's debut release Songs Your Mother Never Sang You and was mastered by Kramer of Low and Galaxie 500 fame.


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Robert Moehle

Needle is back
Needle is back. St. Timothy's is as deep, sad, and beautiful as, and even more focused than their first album. I can't pick out a favorite song, just because every one is great. There is a more unified sound, using mostly keyboards, but still with guitar and cocktail drum (I play cocktail drum so it's a thrill to hear one so well integrated). "Sparse as a simple prayer" is an accurate description, and the lyrics are heart-tugging, with a bit of hope drifting through them. CDBaby said "If you like Cowboy Junkies, Low, and Mazzy Star" you will like this. True, and Needle is right up there with those, in my favorite bands.