Sophomore album by Scott Radway (Polkadot Cadaver, El Creepo, Now Soon Nowhere, Tub Ring). HEATHENS continues the moody art-pop sound of previous album "Former Ghosts", this time with a more aggressive sound and a wider stylistic lens.
Opening with the sneaky, mysterious "Walls of Asylum", with stops in the territories of alt rock ("Lark and the Loon"), symphonic pop ("Drop In The Ocean"), lush pop ("Crack In The Earth"), and more, HEATHENS takes the mood of "Former Ghosts" and kicks it up a notch.
For fans of Peter Gabriel, Steven Wilson, Arcade Fire, Tears For Fears, Toad The Wet Sprocket, etc.
released 11 February 2014
SCOTT RADWAY - vocals, piano, keys/synths, guitar, bass, chapman stick, mandolin, drums, perc
RICH BANISTER - guitar, bass
BRETT KULL - backing vocals, guitar
JON RADWAY - tenor sax ("Heathens", "Drop In The Ocean")
JOSEPH CALLAWAY - backing vocals, guitar, textures ("Some Confidence")
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Brett Kull at Catapult Sound.
Scott Radway is a songwriter and composer from Philadelphia, PA, and plays drums in Polkadot Cadaver and El Creepo. He has
provided scores for film, videogames, advertisements, and live performance, and has played in bands such as Tub Ring, Now Soon Nowhere, and Divided Sky. He has two solo albums -- the most recent ("HEATHENS") comes out on Feb 11, 2014....more