Great Wight - The Suburbs Have Ruined My Life Cassette


Info

Note: All vinyl orders are pre-order right now. Vinyl is in production, the test presses sound great, and we expect them to ship about mid-June.

Brooklyn, NY, trio The Great Wight formed only a year-and-a-half ago, and they've already made a name for themselves in East Coast DIY emo punk circles and beyond with their debut album The Suburbs Have Ruined My Life.

A collection of songs originally written over several years by guitarist and vocalist Erik Garlington, the twelve-track release is given new life through bassist Natasha Johnson and drummer Elijah Watson. However, what has remained constant and is the centerpiece of Suburbs is Garlington's lyrics, which tell the story of a black and queer adolescent navigating the Bible Belt and ultimately making his way to New York.

Tracks

  1. Curtain's Up! It's Showtime
  2. Germany, 1991
  3. The American Way
  4. Not Black Enough
  5. Dear
  6. 2010 Was a Bad Year (Albert's Song)
  7. Starring Michael Fassbender
  8. The Suburbs Have Ruined My Life
  9. It Turns Out There Aren t Many Perks of Being a Wallflower
  10. Red State Blues, Pt. I The Problem
  11. Red State Blues, Pt. II The Solution
  12. The Come Up
Pressing Information

Tapes: 50 gold sparkle, 50 opaque gold
First Press Vinyl: 200 opaque gold, 300 royal blue

The "All Gold Everything" bundle comes with both tapes and a gold record.

All physical orders come with an instant digital download