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8 thoughts on “ My, Oh Me - Rail Yard Ghosts - Hiræth (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. China Bones - Introspection from All We've Got, $ USD. China Bones is a three piece folk-punk/bluegrass band, based in Toronto, Ontario. Introspection is their second release, and (to the best of our knowledge) their first physical album! This solid full length offers honest and anthemic lyrics set to upbeat banjo and guitar licks, complimented with some awesome violin!
  2. These are the Rail Yard Ghosts. I discovered them how I suppose most people do: accidentally and after an hour down a YouTube rabbit hole. I immediately scoured the internet for more, finding their albums Medicinal Whisky and 7”, Blackgrass, Terrorist Union #63, and a split EP with Days N’ Daze.
  3. I don't think Rail Yard Ghosts have let anyone down with their brand new double album, Hiraeth. If you are unfamiliar with Rail Yard Ghosts, you are definitely not a traveling punk, DIY kid or spend much time under train bridges. But fear not, you don't need to hop a freight train to get into th.
  4. Jul 08,  · Rail Yard Ghosts Album: Hiraeth () Release Date All Material Rights to: Rail Yard Ghosts & ALL WE'VE GOT RECORDS I'm Just A Fan! Buy the Album Support Here!
  5. rail yard ghosts are a folk punk, or “deathgrass” band as they like to call it, with band members spread far and wide across the US, traveling in packs like wolves. i really love.
  6. The Rail Yard Ghostsare currently comprised of Ms. RabbitTail Abigail and Mr. Riley Coyote, who hope to expand and include other friends of the road in this band. They are a folk punk band based in Minnesota but are by default a nomadic tribe of screaming transients.
  7. Actively touring and playing together since roughly , an (almost) ever changing lineup continues to fill out this folk punk orchestra. Writing some of the best and most timely traveling punk songs, Rail Yard Ghosts continue to be a mainstay of the DIY folk punk scene in the United States and beyond. Photo by Little Sash. Used with permission.

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