The Epoch is proud to announce our family in Bellows has released their second album, “Blue Breath!” As spring slowly thaws our colder universes let Bellows bring the breeze through your curtains. The days are getting longer and the nights are growing warmer and we invite you to join us — bring your loved ones — and hold hands under the stars.
Let Oliver tell you more,
Blue Breath was recorded in five bedrooms across long distances - room 218, Village G, Bard College ; 40#2 East Market St., Red Hook, NY, the back left room ; 11th St., Brooklyn, NY, upstairs to the right, where I grew up ; 5220 S. Drexel Ave., Chicago, IL, living illegally and banging on a plastic table ; and lastly Lafayette Ave. where Gabby and I finished it. Thanks to Gabby - this album is dedicated to you with all of my love, including the worst of it. Thanks to Felix ; as we become untethered we become more devoted - and I love you! Thanks to Henry for bellowing at my side. Thanks to Jack and Emily for looking this over in delicate stages - you keep your chin up and it inspires me to do the same. Mastered by Marc McElroy at The Cave (Portsmouth, NH).
Bellows’ album, “Blue Breath,” is available for download here:
For more from Bellows, check out their bandcamp for delightful singles and their acclaimed first album, “As If To Say I Hate Daylight,” here:
For more information about The Epoch and our family of artists, visit:
So incredible, so beautiful, so awe and tear inspiring, stars above this is everything