Waxahatchee – Tigers Blood (2024) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz]

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Waxahatchee – Tigers Blood (2024)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 42:52 minutes | 874 MB | Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
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One of the hardest working singer-songwriters in the game is named Katie Crutchfield. She was born in Alabama, grew up near Waxahatchee Creek. Skipped town and struck out on her own as Waxahatchee. That was over a decade ago. Crutchfield says she never knew the road would lead her here, but after six critically acclaimed albums, she’s never felt more confident in herself as an artist. While her sound has evolved from lo-fi folk to lush alt-tinged country, her voice has always remained the same. Honest and close, poetic with Southern lilting. Much like Carson McCullers’s Mick Kelly, determined in her desires and convictions, ready to tell whoever will listen.

And after years of being sober and stable in Kansas City-after years of sacrificing herself to her work and the road-Crutchfield has arrived at her most potent songwriting yet. On her new album, Tigers Blood, Crutchfield emerges as a powerhouse-an ethnologist of the self-forever dedicated to revisiting her wins and losses. But now she’s arriving at revelations and she ain’t holding them back.Waxahatchee, the solo vehicle for songwriter Katie Crutchfield, has always drawn influence from equal parts indie and Americana. On 2020’s Saint Cloud, Crutchfield leaned into Southern gothic folk and vintage country. Tigers Blood, the first Waxahatchee album in four years, focuses heavily on the latter—a thrilling development that fits her voice and songwriting like a glove. Aided by a stable of musical collaborators, Crutchfield oversees harmonica-augmented ramshackle twang (“Burns Out at Midnight”), dabbles in stripped-down acoustic fare (“Crimes of the Heart”), and circles around to solemn, spiritual folk (the title track). The stripped-down “365” is even more stunning: Crutchfield initially earmarked the sparse tune for country star Wynonna Judd, but kept the song for herself; appropriately, it’s a touching conversation about addiction, a theme she revisits often in her work. Lead single “Right Back To It,” a standout duet with MJ Lenderman, is even more piercing. Crutchfield exudes the weathered warmth of Emmylou Harris, while Lenderman echoes the late Jason Molina, as the pair sing of tiny bumps and uncertainties within a long-term relationship. Lenderman is a prominent presence throughout Tigers Blood, contributing electric guitar and harmonies to various songs in addition to “Right Back To It,” while Spencer Tweedy adds drums and extra percussion and Phil Cook plays subtle banjo. Crutchfield’s indie roots even collide with ragged Southern rock on “Bored,” a song that incorporates pedal steel into the fray. For good measure, Tigers Blood also features some of Crutchfield’s most eloquent and thought-provoking lyrics yet about the uncertainties of life, love and the human condition, leading to vivid imagery (“I’m an outlaw in the court of strong opinions”) and knotty narratives that offer no easy answers. In the end, Tigers Blood feels like the Waxahatchee album Crutchfield has been destined to make for her entire career. – Annie Zaleski


1-1. Waxahatchee – 3 Sisters (04:10)
1-2. Waxahatchee – Evil Spawn (03:12)
1-3. Waxahatchee – Ice Cold (03:30)
1-4. Waxahatchee – Right Back to It (04:33)
1-5. Waxahatchee – Burns Out at Midnight (03:04)
1-6. Waxahatchee – Bored (02:55)
1-7. Waxahatchee – Lone Star Lake (03:16)
1-8. Waxahatchee – Crimes of the Heart (03:04)
1-9. Waxahatchee – Crowbar (04:01)
1-10. Waxahatchee – 365 (03:07)
1-11. Waxahatchee – The Wolves (03:58)
1-12. Waxahatchee – Tigers Blood (03:56)

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