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Beast Epic

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15 years after the release of The Creek Drank The Cradle, Iron & Wine’s superb pristine first album, Sam Beam has become a recognised songwriter who has taken his Americana in multiple directions. The musician has managed to evolve from naked folk music to a richer instrumentation. However, he’s often at his most convincing in a more refined style with a stripped-down production. This is the case with this Beast Epic that appears to be a return to the roots of his first albums (Our Endless Numbered Days). This feeling is amplified by the fact that Beam reunites with the label that launched his career: Sub Pop Records. Melancholic but not depressing, romantic without being overly attached, this is an album that examines intimacy with grace. And it leaves us wondering why Iron & Wine has avoided going back to basics for so long. Welcome home! © MD/Qobuz

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1
Claim Your Ghost
00:02:28

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

2
Thomas County Law
00:03:24

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© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

3
Bitter Truth
00:03:02

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

4
Song in Stone
00:03:21

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

5
Summer Clouds
00:03:33

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

6
Call It Dreaming
00:03:51

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

7
About a Bruise
00:03:10

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

8
Last Night
00:02:55

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

9
Right for Sky
00:03:59

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

10
The Truest Stars We Know
00:02:51

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

11
Our Light Miles
00:03:09

Iron & Wine, MainArtist

© 2017 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2017 Sub Pop Records

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15 years after the release of The Creek Drank The Cradle, Iron & Wine’s superb pristine first album, Sam Beam has become a recognised songwriter who has taken his Americana in multiple directions. The musician has managed to evolve from naked folk music to a richer instrumentation. However, he’s often at his most convincing in a more refined style with a stripped-down production. This is the case with this Beast Epic that appears to be a return to the roots of his first albums (Our Endless Numbered Days). This feeling is amplified by the fact that Beam reunites with the label that launched his career: Sub Pop Records. Melancholic but not depressing, romantic without being overly attached, this is an album that examines intimacy with grace. And it leaves us wondering why Iron & Wine has avoided going back to basics for so long. Welcome home! © MD/Qobuz

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