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The Grey Merchant ‘Anthropocene’ : Honesty bleeds from this light and heavy alternative atmospherics

The Grey Merchant / Photo: Petra Blomberg

The Grey Merchant brings ‘Anthropocene’ from their second album ‘The Claude Glass’.

Recorded during the second half of 2019, the five piece band based in Cork, Ireland present an eclectic mix of guitar-driven tracks exploring social and personal themes, with all five members contributing to the song-writing duties, and collaborations with Pete Mac (Paradox) and Kieran Ring (Neon Atlas).

Mixed by Ciarán O’Shea (Cyclefly, Bush) at Whitewell Studios Berlin, and mastered at Abbey Road Studios with Alex Wharton (Pixies, My Bloody Valentine, Chemical Brothers), The Claude Glass reflects diverse influences from Kyuss to John Grant to Public Service Broadcasting.

Honesty bleeds from this light and heavy alternative atmospherics in operatic indie-rock.

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