Book Club - One-Way Moon
$7.00

  • Book Club - <em>One-Way Moon</em>
  • Book Club - <em>One-Way Moon</em>
  • Book Club - <em>One-Way Moon</em>

Book Club - One-Way Moon
$7.00

There’s a wistful, unpretentious elegance to Book Club’s sound. At once urbane and downhome, this is modern pastoral pop music that—in sound and spirit—can trace a straight line back to the simple, unaffected roots of American storysong.

On Book Club’s new LP One-Way Moon, frontman/songwriter Robbie Horlick practices introspection without navel-gazing, his wounded warble trickling like creekwater past the strum of the nylon six-string and the pluck of the banjo, cascading over daydreamy piano and the breathy moan of bow on strings. Further downstream, his vocal melodies empty into a crystal pool where they swirl gently, endlessly, around the wholesome, charmingly demure voice of harmony singer Rachel Buckley. The whole affair is a dazzling exercise in restraint—a stripped-bare, acoustic album where what you don’t hear is just as important as what you do.

Track Listing

  1. I Don't Need To Travel
  2. Boomerangs and Bedroom Eyes
  3. You Say It So Glacial
  4. How Will You Know, Dear-
  5. The Way It Seems
  6. Mostly Lonely
  7. Fallen Leaves
  8. September, New York, 1973
  9. However Can It Be-
  10. Too Much Too Soon

Pressing Information

100 solid black pro-dubbed cassette tapes with gold imprint