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Loamlands releases their new LP Lez Dance

Today, Loamlands releases their new LP Lez Dance. They also did an in-depth interview on Audiofemme talking about the new album.

Today, Loamlands releases their new LP Lez Dance. They also did an in-depth interview on Audiofemme talking about the new album.



“‘Lez Dance’ is full of music that needs a few turns to truly make its way into your soul; the songs are sweet and complex, dripping with tender, forlorn love.”
– AudioFemme

“‘Soni Wolf Grandmother,’ a sparse, evocative and powerful new single that shines through with remarkable poignancy.”
– The 405

“The track is a beautifully arranged, intimate, country-tinged songwriter track sure to demand your attention in a subtle yet powerful way.”
– Austin Town Hall

“Even if you don’t know Register’s backstory, you can still hear that Sweet High Rise is a compelling, beautiful, and starkly political record.”
– Bitch Media

“…a lush guitar pop sound that pulls from the late ’70s rock and country.” 
– BrooklynVegan

“It’s a deeply emotional album, peppered with moments of tension, sadness, yearning, joy, and pain.” 
– Indy Week

Today, Loamlands releases their new LP Lez Dance. They also did an in-depth interview on Audiofemme talking about the new album. Ahead of the LP, Loamlands released the tracks “Some Boy You Don’t Need” and “Soni Wolf Grandmother”.  The LP is out today on Cruisin Records. Tour dates are below.
Tour Dates:
6/8 North Star Church of the Arts (Durham, NC)  *Record Release* 
7/27 Saxapahaw Summer Concert Series (Saxapahaw, NC)
Loamlands is a distorted country music outfit based in North Carolina that places queer storytelling at the forefront. Their music intimately grapples with identity, pronouns and experiencing a queer existence in both modern-day and historical southern culture.

Lez Dance, the sophomore full-length from country-folk band Loamlands is a genre-bending record exhibiting the narrative-heavy lyrics lead singer Kym Register is well-known for. Many tracks are intentionally bare bones, pushing raw vocals from Register to the fore font. With a multi-instrumental foundation featuring cello, trumpet, pedal steel, and more, the album’s tempos and song structures vary and are not prescribed to rhythm sections or click tracks.

Writing narrative-heavy songs has become an important part of creating music for Register, and Lez Dance continues to exemplify their penchant for storytelling. Their words are especially intimate as they navigate a tale of coming out and narrating familiar identity struggles from a southern and genderqueer perspective.

Recorded in the summer of 2018 by Kris Hilbert at Greensboro’s Legitimate Business (Solar Halos / The Body / The Love Language) and mastered by Mell Dettmer (SunO) / Earth.)

The album’s lead single “Some Boy You Don’t Need” is a song for the closest of friends that will go to any extreme to save each other from settling.

Lez Dance Tracklist:

1. Wild Ones

2. Stage Coach

3. Maureen

4. For You To Own Me

5. Some Boy You Don’t Need

6. How Do You See Me

7. Blue

8. Water Into Wine

9. Soni Wolf Grandmother

10. Wrong Day

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