Pagan Fruit

by Dwellers

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This Salt Lake City group's hotly anticipated second full-length, Pagan Fruit, follows the still echoing sonic shock waves of Dwellers' enthusiastically received debut of 2012, Good Morning Harakiri, which saw the newly assembled trio pooling together their impressive prior musical credentials (Iota, SubRosa) with staggeringly powerful and memorable results. The songs found on Pagan Fruit reveal novel, dynamically varied musical touchstones as far reaching as vintage Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Goat's Head Soup-period Stones.


released May 6, 2014

Dwellers are:
Joey Toscano: vocals, guitars, harmonica
Dave Jones: bass, organ
Zach Hatsis: drums, vibraphone, Rhodes piano, synth, tambourine

Additional Musicians on Pagan Fruit:
Genevieve Smith: Cello on “Spirit of the Staircase”.
Raven Quinn: Vocals on “Call of the Hallowed Horn”.

Recorded and engineered by Andy Patterson at The Boars Nest, Salt Lake City, UT.
Mixed by Eric Hoegemeyer at Tree Laboratory, Brooklyn, NY.
Mastered by Chris Goosman at Baseline Audio Labs, Ann Arbor, MI.
Lyrics by Joey Toscano.
Music by Dwellers.
Cover illustration by Adrian Brouchy of Coven Illustración.
Coloring and layout by Joey Toscano.
Produced by Dwellers.
Published by Small Stone Records (ASCAP).



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Atmospheric rock and roll with disciplines in the heavy, bluesy psychedelic, and magickal arts. Purveyors of the slow burn.

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Track Name: Creature Comfort
I cut off my hair
I sold it to a witch
Been feeling her strange

I cannot deny what I am, under the sun
I cannot deny my creature, his comfort

Feeling a little salt
In my wounds that you gave
But you made a choice
Now I have to run away

I cannot deny what I am, under the sun
I cannot deny my creature, his comfort