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Myth in the Sky

by Run With the Kittens

Myth in the Sky Sometimes we all need to wind down over a hot cup of mellow out and relax, even if it’s just for 20 minutes or so. Void of the usual punch lines and gimmicks, this EP takes the listener on the most straight ahead Kittens journey yet. On a
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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1. Caledonia
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2. Dog
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3. Little Fawn
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4. Old-Time Cell Phones
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5. Myth in the Sky
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Album Notes
This album was recorded in a night at The Canterbury Music company in Toronto, On.
Recorded by Sam Ibbett, Produced by Dean Drouillard, Cover art "The Farmer" by Travis Shilling


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This Toronto four-piece has based their career on not only genre-mashing, but genre-smashing. As a result, their sound has remained insistently impossible to pin down, and that's what everybody loves about 'em. The only thing left to do? Make an album that threatens to remain cohesive and steady, by adopting a sound and sticking with it for the duration. A crazy concept for these schizos, but the results are undeniable. The only thing wrong with this EP is that it doesn't have enough songs on it. Calling it psych-folk is fairly accurate, though that doesn't really represent the frantic drum-machined opener "Caledonia," or the sprawling garage-y rock of the title track, which closes things out. But the three songs in between those two fit into that category nicely enough, and they're three of the best songs I've heard in a while. This EP is priced right, and with intricate songs that demand repeated listenings, you'll get more than your money's worth.