Album artwork for Tomb by Angelo De Augustine

Angelo De Augustine releases his new album, Tomb - his first recorded in a studio and produced by renowned musician Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman; credits include work on albums for St. Vincent, Sufjan Stevens, Glen Hansard, and Rhye). The 12 songs came together quickly, out of necessity following his first true heartbreak around Christmas 2017 - and while Tomb was born from this breakup, the album expanded to explore years of loss and disappointment. Throughout, De Augustine sings of his first love (Tomb), attempts to reconcile possible past mistakes (You Needed Love, I Needed You), and reckoning with how personal and familial history impacts present and future relationships (Kaitlin, Bird Has Flown). Like the best albums about heartbreak, Tomb transforms pain into beauty. Tomb is a musical breakthrough for De Augustine, with Bartlett's artful production spotlighting his increasingly impressive songwriting as hinted on his recent standalone single, Carcassonne.

Angelo De Augustine

Tomb

Asthmatic Kitty
Album artwork for Tomb by Angelo De Augustine
LP

$19.99

Black
Released 01/25/2019Catalog Number

AKR138lp

Album artwork for Tomb by Angelo De Augustine
CD

$14.99

Released 01/25/2019Catalog Number

AKR138cd

Angelo De Augustine

Tomb

Asthmatic Kitty
Album artwork for Tomb by Angelo De Augustine
LP

$19.99

Black
Released 01/25/2019Catalog Number

AKR138lp

Album artwork for Tomb by Angelo De Augustine
CD

$14.99

Released 01/25/2019Catalog Number

AKR138cd

Angelo De Augustine releases his new album, Tomb - his first recorded in a studio and produced by renowned musician Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman; credits include work on albums for St. Vincent, Sufjan Stevens, Glen Hansard, and Rhye). The 12 songs came together quickly, out of necessity following his first true heartbreak around Christmas 2017 - and while Tomb was born from this breakup, the album expanded to explore years of loss and disappointment. Throughout, De Augustine sings of his first love (Tomb), attempts to reconcile possible past mistakes (You Needed Love, I Needed You), and reckoning with how personal and familial history impacts present and future relationships (Kaitlin, Bird Has Flown). Like the best albums about heartbreak, Tomb transforms pain into beauty. Tomb is a musical breakthrough for De Augustine, with Bartlett's artful production spotlighting his increasingly impressive songwriting as hinted on his recent standalone single, Carcassonne.