Wooden Wand – Supermoon (The Sounding Line)

Posted: June 21, 2013 in Americana, Country, Folk, Music, Rock

New From Wooden Wand (Mad Mackerel Rejoices).

Wooden Wand’s Blood Oaths Of The New Blues is firmly cemented in place as one of our albums of the year – a reflective, mysterious collection of smoky Americana that is as thought provoking, illuminating and imaginative as anything you are likely to hear.

Fire Records are streaming another track from it, (yet) another of our favourites, Supermoon (The Sounding Line) tells the tale of the suicidal yearnings of the protagonist seeking to drown himself.

“I was always holding my breath as if there wouldn’t be any left
After you took to mine, siphoned my blood and my time
I don’t believe I will climb this sounding line”

Listen below. Buy the record here.

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