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12" Vinyl (Cyan haze on Milky White) + download card. NOTE: with the haze production by Pirates Press, the record will be a little 'dusty' when you first take it out of the jacket. It's not a big deal, just wipe off the residue with a cotton swab or clean t-shirt - it should not affect sound quality.
Includes unlimited streaming of Source of Pride
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Source of Pride is the second full-length album by Roman Ruins (Graham Hill). The album continues his exploration into the distinctive yet evolving sound of his solo recording project. The songs on Source of Pride formed as Hill moved his family from Oakland to New Orleans, where he now lives and works as an architect and a father to 2 young children. Hill often worked late at night, which helped define the aural landscape that belies each track. As the songs began to take shape, Hill's wife remarked how "every time I'm pregnant, you're pregnant with an album." The lyrical themes on Source of Pride address the relationships, rituals, and revelations that constitute family.
released 15 July 2014
Written, arranged, recorded and produced by Graham Hill. Mixed by Paul Provosty. Mastered by Paul Provosty and Nick Carden.
Roman Ruins (aka Graham Hill; born Sept 11, 1980) is a composer and musician based out of New Orleans. Hill was born on an
intentional community in rural West Virginia, founded by artists and musicians. Hill's father is the house bassist for NPR's Mountain Stage. Hill has toured and recorded extensively as a drummer with Beach House and Papercuts. He is a licensed architect and father of two....more
the show is over now / to be right by your side dear girl / when i'm feeling down / like all our friends we've moved away / yet we never leave / we are headed our own way / let's step into the breeze
open up your eyes dear girl / the show is over now / to be right by your side dear girl / when i'm feeling down / like all our friends we've moved away / yet we never leave / we are headed our own way / let's step into the breeze