Run For Cover Records have made every single thing they’ve put out in 2015 available for ‘Pay What You Want’ (read: free, unless you’re super lovely – maybe think about being super lovely – Ed) over on their bandcamp until midnight (Monday 30th November).
Considering they’ve been one of the labels of 2015, you probably won’t want to let this pass you by.
Oh, and if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by how much is on offer there, here’s a few of our choice picks:
mewithoutYou – Pale Horses
One of the richest, most rewarding listens of 2015, ‘Pale Horses’ sees mewithoutYou on the form of their career. We’ve almost run out of superlatives for this one, so just get on it!
Petal – Shame
This debut record from Petal, the project of Philadelphia singer/songwriter, Kiley Lotz is every bit as beautiful as it is honest. The band is rounded out by Tigers Jaw members Ben Walsh and Brianna Collins, too. Y’know, just in case you needed another reason.
Turnover – Peripheral Vision
Arguably one of the biggest surprises of the year, ‘Peripheral Vision’ saw ex-pop punks, Turnover going full dream-pop. Lush vocal melodies, swirling guitars, the lot. Get on it.
Oh, and there’s 15% off of all physical releases over on, too. Too kind, RFC. Too kind.