We are so excited to be going back to the Poe House to perform especially on the anniversary of Poe's birthday! If you live close enough to Hendersonville NC, come check us out next Thursday evening!
The epic version of Annabel Lee is now available on CDBaby!
One of the fun musical projects we've tackled this year was a reworking of an older song, Annabel Lee. We've expanded it out into an epic 12 minute version! If you'd like to take a listen, please check out our bandcamp page for now and we hope to soon have it up on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, and all those other places!
Holiday Helpings Bundle #3 is live! Check it out: https://groupees.com/hh3
Our newest single Krampusnacht is available on our bandcamp page today! Because we're feeling like you may not have made it onto the naughty list this year, feel free to pay what you like!
Sarah does a solo take on an old classic!
You can now stream or download A Child's Bestiary off our bandcamp page!
A Child's Bestiary is here! Order information is over at our Store.
We've created a musical cabinet of curiosities, featuring all manner of beasts, creatures, fiends, and oddities.
And it can all be yours for $12.
A Child's Bestiary: Nine tracks of macabre oddities from the imagination, an exploration of a grotesque menagerie, lurking under the guise of a child's innocent rhymes.
Enter the Bestiary with A Taxidermist's Toybox, a track inspired by surreal horror of the television show Hannibal. My Black Hen is a witches scene, our very own version of a Hexensabbat. Wynken Blynken and Nod are here, the beautiful lullaby taking on a tragic and ghostly interpretation, inspired by post-mortem photography. Then Alfred, Lord Tennyson provides the lyrics for our next creature, the mythical Kraken.
Corvidae is a sinister nursery rhyme that inspired the entire creation of this imaginary exhibition. We then return to previous inspiration with Silent Siren, a Hans Christen Andersen tale, familiar to most of you, but much more aligned with the source material. And what would our bestiary be without fairies, especially one that some say enables perception of all these wonders? La Fée Verte, or The Green Fairy, appears with promises of exotic dreams and visions…
The next tale, Peter the Wolf, features a young boy named Peter, his grandfather, and his own animal nature lurking beneath the surface.
And our final beast is the Ouroboros, circling around itself and bringing our collection of songs to a close, with some words from our favorite poet, Edgar Allan Poe.