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Outer Spaces - A Shedding Snake

SKU# GP-DG-113

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Outer Spaces - A Shedding Snake - Digital Album
$7.99
Outer Spaces - A Shedding Snake - CD
$9.99
Outer Spaces - A Shedding Snake - LP
$14.99

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01. I Saw You

02. Words

03. Mint On The Sill

04. I Was Divided

05. Shade Of Grey

06. Born Enemy

07. Postman

08. Heavy Stone Poem

09. I've Wanted To Show You

10. Stone And Water

11. Eternally Fifteen

12. The Page Has Turned

13. What Is Real

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The genesis of A Shedding Snake can be traced back to the solo ventures of Cara Beth Satalino in the mid to late 2000s while she attended SUNY Purchase. Satalino’s somber, solitary songwriter aesthetic was later informed by her tenure playing in the Athens, GA based rough-around-the-edges power trio Witches until they disbanded in 2012. Following the break up, Satalino's focus was directed back toward her solo material, and what would become Outer Spaces. Relocating to the artistically fertile city of Baltimore, Satalino formed a solid lineup for the group, including fellow Purchase College alums Chester Gwazda, who had previously produced Satalino's solo recordings, as well as albums by Future Islands, Cloud Nothings and Dan Deacon and Rob Dowler of the bands Tides and Nuclear Power Pants. The band had the opportunity to participate in the Matador Records Singles Going Home Alone 7" series, and released the Garbage Beach EP via Salinas Records in 2014. A Shedding Snake is Outer Space'€™s debut full-length effort. The album is one of transition for Satalino. Some of the material was composed back when she lived in Athens and, stylistically, it shows: there'€™s some definite Murmur-era Michael Stipe and Peter Buck influence in aesthetic and songwriting. But Satalino bridges the gap from what'€™s in her rear-view to her present. "€œMoving to a new place is a chance for a clean slate in a way, and I think that the songs on this record reflect that feeling,"€ she says. "It's a record about moving on, moving past, moving forward, and moving toward."


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Track List (use ordered list)

01. I Saw You
02. Words
03. Mint On The Sill
04. I Was Divided
05. Shade Of Grey
06. Born Enemy
07. Postman
08. Heavy Stone Poem
09. I've Wanted To Show You
10. Stone And Water
11. Eternally Fifteen
12. The Page Has Turned
13. What Is Real