On their second LP, titled Four of Arrows after an inspiring Tarot card pull, Seattle-bred Great Grandpa takes a step back from the playful grunge of their debut record in favor of a more open, introspective sound.
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written by Isabel Khalili

On their second LP, titled Four of Arrows after an inspiring Tarot card pull, Seattle-bred Great Grandpa takes a step back from the playful grunge of their debut record in favor of a more open, introspective sound. Each song is crafted thoughtfully, leaving space for lead singer Alex Menne’s voice to fully resonate, and with perfectly placed instrumental builds that deepen the impact.

Stevie Zoom hosts this session in the KEXP Live Room.

Recorded 01/06/2020.

  1. Digger
  2. Mono no Aware
  3. Dark Green Water
  4. English Garden

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