Shadow Days

by Is/Is

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Is/Is are known for their driving, fuzzed-out garage tunes but here, on their latest release Shadow Days, the palette has shifted into hazy, late night loner jams steeped in reverb and a wistful melancholy. The group is comprised of two Sarahs, Rose & Nienaber, who recorded the album in Joshua Tree and at home in Minneapolis, finishing before their relocation to Portland, OR. As a duo with an evident psychic connection, these two craft a delicate, ethereal beauty that runs deep in Rose’s breathy vocals and Nienaber’s languid guitar work. Let its soft power flow over you and give you peace. Moon Glyph is pleased to unveil Shadow Days.

"...a lovely piece of work that resonates quietly in your head space. Give it time to work its magic, and you’ll come away wanting more."
- The Big Takeover

"Like a midnight wander through a moonlit forest, the shadowy garage folk pop of Portland duo Is/Is lingers in haunting echoes of its own reverberation..."
- The Wild Honey Pie

"Winters in Minneapolis, Joshua Tree demos, and making Portland, Oregon their new home; Shadow Days combines the experiences, emotions, and creative experiments that move souls and sound gently like chaft in the breeze, rolling in tumbles across state lines. "
- Impose

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released 23 September 2014

All songs by Sarah Rose and Sarah Nienaber

Recorded above Old Blackberry Way in Minneapolis, MN & Thunderbird Lodge in Joshua Tree, CA (track 4)

Mixed by Neil Weir
Mastered by Collin Gorman Weiland
Artwork by Steve Rosborough

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