Classic black 150 gram vinyl. Comes inside a cardboard sleeve with fully printed album artwork by NZ legend Bill Hammond, Insert with lyrics/continued artwork and MP3 download card. All in protective shrinkwrap. Can be autographed by request
Includes unlimited streaming of I Was Told to Keep an Eye Out
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
"It’s masterful writing, idiosyncratic and affecting. There’s a specificity that draws you in, but enough space that you can’t help but try to fill in the blanks. Soon enough, it becomes easy to hear yourself in the pauses." - Sam Carswell / NZ Musician Magazine
"Contender for album of the year" - Graeme Hill / Newshub
released April 17, 2020
All songs written, performed, recorded, and mixed by Ben Tolich at home in The Coop.
Alex Freer played drums on “Two Truths and a Lie” and “The Crickets”
Alice Tolich played cornet and harp on “Harlequin Bay Rushes”.
Mastered By William Bowden at King Willy Sound
Layout by Laban Cole
Bill HAMMOND (New Zealander, b.1947), All Along the Heaphy Highway,1998, acrylic on unstretched canvas.
Collection of The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū: purchased with the assistance of Suter Patron, Sally Hunt, and the 10 x 10 Acquisition Fund in 2010.