Horse Feathers - Thistled Spring album
The weather is truly atrocious at the moment. This winter has been relentless; the gutters have been flooded with rain and the windows whipped with wind for days on end now, and there's sadly no respite in sight. Cascades" is the darkest song on the album; here the band utilised a brand of sluggish percussion (similar to that of "Falling Through the Roof") to accentuate Justin's quaint storytelling. A particularly gorgeous violin-driven crescendo breaks into an unaccompanied moment in which Ringle croons "I'm just where you left me, alone by them lilacs. Such honestly and flourishing songwriting gives Thistled Spring a nostalgic quality that serves to warm you during the coldest of winters.
Horse Feathers - Thistled Spring Songtext. An old love of mine to wed the worst man she finds. A blossom that's bloomed, in a house that's a tomb, trapped in the rhododendron fumes. Bit by the Spring, Hurt by the thing, Plagued by the memories that it brings. No peace in the miles, there's word of the coming of a child. The broke can still break, oh, what time can take, somewhere in the rules lies the stakes.
24 March at 09:04 ·. Excited to play Treefort Music Fest today - we take the stage at the Linen Building at 9pm tonight! Horse Feathers. 13 March at 15:14 ·. ICYMI: "Without Applause" was featured in opbmusic.
Features Song Lyrics for Horse Feathers's Thistled Spring album.
Horse Feathers is an American indie folk band from Portland, Oregon. After fronting several rock bands in his native Idaho, singer/songwriter Justin Ringle moved to Portland, OR in 2004 and began focusing on acoustic music, playing open mics regularly under the moniker Horse Feathers.
Album Thistled Spring. Heaven's No Place Lyrics. He has no time loneliness is a stinger in his mind. Release Date April 20, 2010. Thistled Spring Horse Feathers.
Thistled Spring follows a similar pattern, its artwork featuring a tangle of tree branches in early bloom. There’s a cautious energy to these ten tracks, a sense that the frozen soundscapes of House with No Home have started to thaw. Songs like Belly of June and Vernonia Blues hint at a promising season of barn dances and full harvests, and while Justin Ringle still sounds restrained - he sings earnestly but quietly, as if he’s aware of someone sleeping in the next room - his band keeps things moving along at an earthy, casual pace.
|3||Belly Of June|
|8||As A Ghost|
|10||Heaven's No Place|
|KRS518||Horse Feathers||Thistled Spring (CD, Album)||Kill Rock Stars||KRS518||US||2010|
|none||Horse Feathers||Thistled Spring (10xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Kill Rock Stars||none||UK & Europe||2010|
|KRS 518||Horse Feathers||Thistled Spring (LP, Album)||Kill Rock Stars||KRS 518||US||2010|