$ 35.00 USD
Like its sprawling hometown of Dallas, Texas, cinematic indie rock band Beekeeper Spaceman’s self-titled debut album evokes a never-ending collision between bucolic bygones and the urban present.
Born out of an online multimedia project called Fire Bones, the duo—primary songwriter/ singer/guitarist Greg Brownderville and producer/multi-instrumentalist Spencer Kenney—have shared bills with artists like Erykah Badu, Leon Bridges, Shakey Graves and Black Pumas, and have been lauded in both local music outlets (Dallas Observer, Central Track) and national literary publications (Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Virginia Quarterly Review, LITHUB). Brownderville is editor-in-chief of the literary magazine Southwest Review and author of three books of poetry, while Kenney fronts a solo electro-pop project under his own name and is involved with a variety of acts on the Dallas-based Dolfin Records label.
Produced and recorded by Spencer Kenney and Greg Brownderville exclusively in Dallas, except “All and Only” (acoustic guitar recorded in Arkansas with engineering by Eric Brownderville).
All songs arranged, mixed, and mastered by Spencer Kenney.
All songs written by Greg Brownderville.
Guitar, keys, bass, guitar, drum programming, triangle, rainstick, and backing vocals by Spencer Kenney.
Lead vocals, guitar, backing vocals, and keys by Greg Brownderville.
Additional drums on “No Alibis,” “Icicles,” and “Beebe” by Ethan Worland.
Art by Kaila Rose Parrish.
Photography by Kyle Montgomery.
Generous support provided by SMU English.
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