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The Swiss Illness

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Martyn James
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Martyn James Simply stunning and really moving. Haven't heard such beauty since the likes of Slow Meadow and A Winged Victory For The Sullen. Great work! Favorite track: The Last Stage of Consumption.
micchelli
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micchelli Andy showcases an amazing display of storytelling, emotionally charged swells and sound waves which brings listeners a sense of nostalgia for times passed. Beautiful ambient bliss. Favorite track: A Course of Strengthening Medicines.
Evan McGee
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Evan McGee this might be my favorite lowercase noises album yet. absolutely beautiful. Favorite track: A Universal Weakness.
Benjamin Weary
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Benjamin Weary This album has me sitting in my office crying my eyes out. This week has been rough with a friend in the hospital and needing surgery and other things. Andy created an album surrounding nostalgia and it hits home 100%. I hit play and I have felt one thing from this album: healing. If you want to feel weight being lifted off your chest and to feel the Spirit of God surround you or just relief and freedom, listen to The Swiss Illness. Favorite track: Evident Signs of Recovery.
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VINYL AND CD VERSIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER HERE: lowercasenoises.com

This album is about nostalgia.

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released May 19, 2017

Written, recorded and mixed by Andy Othling
Mastered by Taylor Deupree
Artwork by Ryan James

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Lowercase Noises Albuquerque

My name is Andy. I'm interested in playing the guitar as slow as possible. This is my music.

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