American Aquarium – Chicamacomico (2022) [FLAC, 24bit, 88,2 kHz]

American Aquarium - Chicamacomico (2022) [FLAC, 24bit, 88,2 kHz] Download

Artist: American Aquarium
Album: Chicamacomico
Genre: Country, Folk Rock
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 88,2 kHz
Duration: 31:30
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 562 MB


1-01. American Aquarium – Chicamacomico (03:32)
1-02. American Aquarium – Little Things (02:58)
1-03. American Aquarium – Just Close Enough (03:43)
1-04. American Aquarium – The First Year (03:12)
1-05. American Aquarium – Built to Last (03:05)
1-06. American Aquarium – Wildfire (02:46)
1-07. American Aquarium – The Things We Lost Along the Way (03:03)
1-08. American Aquarium – Waking Up the Echoes (02:29)
1-09. American Aquarium – The Hardest Thing (03:40)
1-10. American Aquarium – All I Needed (02:59)

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Chicamacomico is a record about loss. Over a six-month span at the end of 2019/beginning of 2020, I lost my grandmother, my mother and watched as the world fell into a 2+ year pandemic that decimated businesses, relationships and dreams. This is a record about dealing with those losses.
My hope is these songs serve a salve for anyone else experiencing loss. A reminder that you are not the only one that lost a friend this year, or a parent, or a loved one. There’s a special kind of hope that comes from that realization. I am not alone. I wrote this record in the February 2020 on the northern coast of Hatteras Island in a small beach town called Rodanthe. In the summer, this area is an extremely popular vacation destination packed with tourists, but in the winter, it was a desolate ghost town. The perfect backdrop for the record I was trying to write.

Over the course of two weeks these songs would take shape and come to life, and it quickly became obvious that the overall theme would be dark. During my stay I realized that the town used to be named Chicamacomico until the locals changed it in the name of ease and progress. In that moment, I knew I had the name of my record.

We enlisted Brad Cook (Bon Iver, Nathaniel Ratliffe, Waxahatchee) to produce the record and traveled to Sonic Ranch, a world-renowned recording complex tucked in the middle of a 1,700-acre pecan orchard, in the Texas border town of Tornillo. Over the course of ten days, we watched these songs go from simple folk ruminations into fully formed band arrangements.

In my sixteen-year career I have never been prouder of a set of songs, lyrically or stylistically. The songs have weight, but they aren’t weighed down. It’s a sad record, that makes you feel good. It’s a culmination of nearly two decades of work. Chicamacomico sounds like nothing we’ve ever done yet it sits comfortably amongst the rest of our catalog. My records are chronological observations and I feel like this record perfectly represents the highs and lows of the last few years.

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