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Cult songwriter Jon McKiel returns from the depths of the rural Atlantic shore with 'Hex', a bloodshot pop record that reflects the cursed timelines we're all living through. It's steeped in our dystopian present, but tempered by a genuine sense of longing and tenderness. Sounding like a Gene Clark flip by Bobby Digital, Hex reunites Jon with producer and collaborator Jay Crocker (JOYFULTALK), the same duo behind the 2020 underground classic Bobby Joe Hope. Hex is equal parts flower field and burning building, butterflies rise from the daisy beds while distant wreaths of smoke vandalize the horizon.
Cult songwriter Jon McKiel returns from the depths of the rural Atlantic shore with 'Hex', a bloodshot pop record that reflects the cursed timelines we're all living through. It's steeped in our dystopian present, but tempered by a genuine sense of longing and tenderness. Sounding like a Gene Clark flip by Bobby Digital, Hex reunites Jon with producer and collaborator Jay Crocker (JOYFULTALK), the same duo behind the 2020 underground classic Bobby Joe Hope. Hex is equal parts flower field and burning building, butterflies rise from the daisy beds while distant wreaths of smoke vandalize the horizon.
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Hex
Artist: Jon McKiel
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Hex
2. String
3. Still Life
4. The Fix
5. Under Burden
6. Memory Screen pt. 1
7. Everlee
8. Lady's Mantle
9. Concrete Sea
10. Memory Screen pt. 2

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Cult songwriter Jon McKiel returns from the depths of the rural Atlantic shore with 'Hex', a bloodshot pop record that reflects the cursed timelines we're all living through. It's steeped in our dystopian present, but tempered by a genuine sense of longing and tenderness. Sounding like a Gene Clark flip by Bobby Digital, Hex reunites Jon with producer and collaborator Jay Crocker (JOYFULTALK), the same duo behind the 2020 underground classic Bobby Joe Hope. Hex is equal parts flower field and burning building, butterflies rise from the daisy beds while distant wreaths of smoke vandalize the horizon.
        
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