Welcome to the second all-intrumental Larman Clamor album.
Tough times. Who am I to shit one about that.
The Blues seems to come to me once again while being at the bottom of the pit, being sick with effing covid, about broke and unhappy with so many things in my life. I guess we've all been there many times, haven't we?
"Maybe I just put this thing out there, let the chips fall where they may. Maybe these songs, that did turn out more archaic, shamanistic as I thought and in the end instrumental, might also guide, help or do whatever good to whomever out there, too." is what I thought yesterday.
So therefore, here's "SWAMP JUJU", a new Larman Clmaor album.
It's short but sweet.
It may be dark-toned, but it's still breathing hope.
It's instrumental, but you might hear the voices between the notes, whispering "Don't you give up!".
It'll be a Bandcamp only release.
And even though it's Bandcamp Friday tomorrow, where the artist gets most of the sales' share, I leave it on "choose your price", so you can grab it for free if you like or need.