Daughn Gibson announces new album, listen to 'The Sound of Law'
Following the release of his 2012 debut, All Hell, the dangerously deep-voiced Daughn Gibson is back with a new album entitled Me Moan.
From the LP comes 'The Sound of Law', in which the Pennsylvanian's modulated baritone lurches over a frantic, pulsating drumbeat. For nearly three minutes, it's as though you're being chased through the woods by a beast that's just devoured the bones of Scott Walker and Nick Cave.
Me Moan comes out on July 9th, via Sub Pop, coinciding with Gibson's extensive summer tour of Europe and the US. [via Pitchfork]
For the low price of your email address, you can grab a free download of 'You Don't Fade', a new Daughn Gibson track. Included on his spohmore release, Me Moan, 'You Don't Fade' is a gritty rock track, all heavy guitars with chopped vocal samples careening in the background. Vaughn channels his inner Nick Cave through a Southern rock filter with great results. [read more]
Yes he used to be a truck driver, and yes he used to drummer in a punk band, but we're not here to talk about Daughn Gibson's driving abilties (or indeed his drumming abilities). Instead, we're focussing on his new album, Me Moan, which is now streaming over at NPR. [read more]