The Shape

by Bro. Stephen

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John Davey Just pre-ordered. Can't even listen yet (breaking my heart), but I'm certain I'm going to like it. Bro. Stephen can hardly do wrong (except for that one time when he forgot his keys at that one place).
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It's been an interesting couple of years for Bro. Stephen. After releasing his acclaimed debut full-length, a cross-country move for a new job making wine, and a recent collaboration with Jim James (My Morning Jacket), he returns with two brand new songs about the strain of long-distance friendship, transient life, and uncertainty of the future. Seems a bit sad, perhaps, but somehow he manages -as only he can - to shine a light on the inherent hope of wide open possibilities and new prospects, and we love him for it!


released June 10, 2014

Produced by Burke Sullivan
Mixed by Burke Sullivan and Bro. Stephen
Recorded at The Schnitzelhaus in Louisville, KY and at Burke's Apartment in Bloomington, IN in the spring of 2013.
Mastered by Kevin Ratterman at La La Land

All songs written by Bro. Stephen

Scott Kirkpatrick - vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar
Burke Sullivan - drums, noise
Mike Adams - bass guitar



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