Album artwork for My Father And The Hunter by The Strumbellas

The album is full of high energy, earnest folk music, coupled with darker-tinged gothic folk. "The Bird That Follows Me" is a great example, where songwriter Simon Ward ends the song with the stark lyrics, "Well, I believe because death has always won the last hand." The album successfully evokes the feeling of a live jam. The litany of instruments and the choir of voices backing up Simon Ward's lead help this effect along. "Rhinestone," "The Sheriff" and "Underneath a Mountain" are highlights on what is a fantastic debut album.

The Strumbellas

My Father And The Hunter

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Album artwork for My Father And The Hunter by The Strumbellas
CD

$11.99

Released 01/12/2018Catalog Number

GLS021902

The Strumbellas

My Father And The Hunter

Glassnote
Album artwork for My Father And The Hunter by The Strumbellas
CD

$11.99

Released 01/12/2018Catalog Number

GLS021902

The album is full of high energy, earnest folk music, coupled with darker-tinged gothic folk. "The Bird That Follows Me" is a great example, where songwriter Simon Ward ends the song with the stark lyrics, "Well, I believe because death has always won the last hand." The album successfully evokes the feeling of a live jam. The litany of instruments and the choir of voices backing up Simon Ward's lead help this effect along. "Rhinestone," "The Sheriff" and "Underneath a Mountain" are highlights on what is a fantastic debut album.