The Oyster Murders | Winter of the Electric Sun

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Winter of the Electric Sun

by The Oyster Murders

Alternative dream pop with melancholy undertones.
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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1. The Water in Your Blood
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2. Lost to the Birds
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3. It Might Be Real
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4. The Sleeper's Heart
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5. Signs
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6. Ink (Eva Created Sad Ink)
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7. Ghosts in Our Wake
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8. Spectre of a Landfill
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9. Stay Warm By Burning Books
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10. Forét
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Winter of the Electric Sun is The Oyster Murders debut long player; a record featuring dreamy, psychedelic-pop moments and moody, alternative dream pop.  Predominately tracked with ARIA award winning producer Lachlan (Magoo) Gould at his Applewood studio. The band experimented with a collage of sounds from old analogue synths, mellotron samples and ambient guitar textures. 

"Choosing a tune to play you is a little difficult, there's good reasons to play nearly everything right from that opener, to the beautiful, lilting chorus that so wonderfully infects the record's closing moments." Chris Cobcroft Music Director 4ZZZ.

" The Oyster Murders could be the extended play love-child of Radiohead and Interpol" Time Off Magazine

"Big, stirring and anthem-ready stuff" Dave Ruby Howe, triple j





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