His heartfelt second album, Dig Up The Dead, released under the moniker Mansions, was released April 5 through Burning House Records/King Bones Recordings.
Recorded in the various houses and apartments Browder found himself in, all across the Southeast, over a six-month period, this deeply personal album acts as a candid and compelling look into one man’s psyche, in the midst of change and nostalgia. And while previous touring-mates joined him on some tracks, Browder completed the lion’s share of recording alone. It’s an impressive follow-up to March 2009’s critically acclaimed New Best Friends (Doghouse Records) and last spring’s well-received B-sides compilation.
Mansions live shows are as unique and all-inclusive as Browder’s music - playing, as he does, with a touring band made up of a variety of both friends and strangers; a collaborative endeavor he’s previously showed off while on tour with the likes of Get Up Kids and David Bazan.
Edited by Chase_Alan on 6 Jun 2011, 04:37
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