If The Stray Birds were going to make another album, there was only one way it would happen: together. The idea was at once a challenge, an ultimatum, and a survival mechanism for a band at the crossroads. Write the record collaboratively, or don t write it at all. The result is Let It Pass, their fourth album and most powerful, personal, and cathartic collection yet. The record charts the trio s tumultuous emotional journey in the years since the release of their acclaimed 2016 album Magic Fire, a period which saw de Vitry and fiddler / guitarist / mandolinist / vocalist Oliver Craven end their romantic relationship while choosing to continue their musical one. Along with bassist / banjoist / vocalist Charlie Muench, the pair had to face down an uncertain future and reevaluate what it meant to create art together.

If The Stray Birds were going to make another album, there was only one way it would happen: together. The idea was at once a challenge, an ultimatum, and a survival mechanism for a band at the crossroads. Write the record collaboratively, or don t write it at all. The result is Let It Pass, their fourth album and most powerful, personal, and cathartic collection yet. The record charts the trio s tumultuous emotional journey in the years since the release of their acclaimed 2016 album Magic Fire, a period which saw de Vitry and fiddler / guitarist / mandolinist / vocalist Oliver Craven end their romantic relationship while choosing to continue their musical one. Along with bassist / banjoist / vocalist Charlie Muench, the pair had to face down an uncertain future and reevaluate what it meant to create art together.

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Let It Pass [LP]
Artist: The Stray Birds
Format: Vinyl
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If The Stray Birds were going to make another album, there was only one way it would happen: together. The idea was at once a challenge, an ultimatum, and a survival mechanism for a band at the crossroads. Write the record collaboratively, or don t write it at all. The result is Let It Pass, their fourth album and most powerful, personal, and cathartic collection yet. The record charts the trio s tumultuous emotional journey in the years since the release of their acclaimed 2016 album Magic Fire, a period which saw de Vitry and fiddler / guitarist / mandolinist / vocalist Oliver Craven end their romantic relationship while choosing to continue their musical one. Along with bassist / banjoist / vocalist Charlie Muench, the pair had to face down an uncertain future and reevaluate what it meant to create art together.