Run With the Kittens | Letters from Camp

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Letters from Camp

by Run With the Kittens

This is an eclectic indie rock record that spans from rock-a-billy to experimental.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Weight of the World
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2. Life Inside a Chocolate House
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3. Coming Home
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4. How Hardcore Is Your Manticore
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5. Nobody Knows
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6. Better When It's Planned
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7. Who's Gunna Love Ya
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8. End of the World
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9. Sun Don't Ever Shine
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10. Up the Line
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11. Call It a Day
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Album Notes
This is the sixth studio record from Toronto based four piece Run With The Kittens, and the first to be produced by front man and songwriter Nate Mills. A departure from their pattern of teaming up with other great producers for their previous releases, such as Terry Brown (Rush) and Adam King (Good Lovelies). 'Letters From Camp' was recorded in Toronto, primarily at the now-defunct Lincoln County Social Club, by engineer Chris Stringer (Timber Timbre, Ohbijou), and completed in Nate’s home studio.
This album proves once again that the Kittens and their love of a wide spectrum of genres can result in something entirely brand new, fresh and exciting.


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