How Strange It Is To See

by Adeline Hotel

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  • Limited Edition Cassette
    Cassette

    Edition of 35 teal-colored chrome tapes, dubbed at home. Program repeats both sides. Packaged with J-cards featuring artwork designed by Ben Lovell and screen-printed by Jeremy Ferris (jsferris.tumblr.com), numbered and assembled by hand here at LTD Headquarters.

    Visit adelinehotel.bandcamp.com for download only.

    Includes unlimited streaming of How Strange It Is To See via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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  • Summer 2015 Bundle

    One copy each of all three tapes released during summer 2015 - ylayali/lung cycles, Adeline Hotel's How Strange It Is To See, and Ocean Charter of Vaues/Lung Cycles. Each tape comes with a bandcamp download code.

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  • 2015 Bundle

    One copy each of all 5 tapes released in 2015 - includes ylayali/lung cycles, Adeline Hotel's How Strange It Is To See, Ocean Charter of Values/Lung Cycles, Trades by Red Sled Choir, and one hundred percent confident by naps. All tapes include bandcamp download codes.

    Includes unlimited streaming of LIVE @ ARTASLEEP TOO via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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about

Adeline Hotel is a project comprising a revolving cast of musicians headed by songwriter and guitarist Dan Knishkowy. How Strange It Is To See finds the band (this time featuring Mike "Slo-Mo" Brenner of Magnolia Electric Co. on lap steel, among others) withdrawing from the breezy full-band stylings of their debut album, Leave the Lights, and zeroing in on a much more reserved and atmospheric sound. A short song cycle built from lonesome ruminations on needing to pick up and leave but not knowing where to go or how to get there, How Strange It Is To See takes all-too-familiar feelings of millennial restlessness and filters them through the lens of classic folk-rock and americana.

Visit adelinehotel.bandcamp.com for download only.

credits

released August 11, 2015

Dan Knishkowy (vocals, guitars, keys)
Andrew Stocker (bass, vocals)
Jay Vega (bass)
Mike Slo-Mo Brenner (lap steel)

Engineered, mixed and mastered by Jay Vega at The Wilderness Recording Studio in Pittsburgh, PA

Artwork designed by Ben Lovell and printed by Jeremy Ferris (jsferris.tumblr.com)

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