Heavy South

by The Utilities

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Matthew Vanden Dungen
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Matthew Vanden Dungen These guys are just getting better and better. Sulky Jr. is one of my favorite albums, and Heavy South is well on its way there! Favorite track: Horse's Mouth.
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    "Heavy South" pressed on 12" white vinyl. Edition of 100. Comes with digital download.

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  • Heavy South CD
    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Listen to "Heavy South" driving down any road you choose! Comes in printed cardboard sleeve.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Heavy South via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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released January 19, 2018

Produced by Jesse Northey & The Utilities
Performed by Joel Stretch, Blair Stretch, Drake McCheyne, and Colby Stolson
Engineered by Jesse Northey at Edmontone Studio
Mixed by Jesse Northey at True North Recording Studios
Mastered by Scott Franchuk at Riverdale Recorders
All Songs Written by Joel Stretch

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The Utilities Lethbridge, Alberta

The Utilities are an Alberta-based folk rock band. “Heavy South,” their newest and best record, fixates on circular patterns: work weeks, weather patterns, daily exchanges. Melodic, lyrically-focused songs are the heart and soul of the record, with gently psychedelic flourishes and instrumental detours adding colour. Their work is genuine. ... more

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