A Dragonfly For Each Corpse is a record that stands no daylight. A feverish nightmare of an album, dragging us into a brown paper bag —ferocious cannibal jungle ambience seeping through— till we're cast down some stairs into a cellar made out of spit. A twirling folkballad sung by a ghost made out of chewing gum turns into a symphony of typing fingers, ticking clocks and slamming car doors, like a noirish soundtrack to the kidnapping of the Lindbergh baby, accompanied by squeaking stuffed animals as eyewitnesses. A record that feels like a horror franchise turning into understated drama, where mourners and killers change places in unexpected and drastic fashion. With the collaboration of John Wiese, Josephine Foster, MV Carbon, Thymme Jones."
Edition of 400, heavy-weight vinyl with screenprinted open sleeve.