Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
- includes Out in the Storm on black vinyl - includes exclusive bonus LP of demo versions of the entire album pressed on cloud white vinyl - 12" × 24" poster of Katie Crutchfield - all housed in an uncoated stock gatefold jacket with printed lyrics and silver foil details - full download of album and demo versions
Includes unlimited streaming of Out in the Storm (Deluxe Version)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
All songs written by Katie Crutchfield and published by Domino Publishing Company (BMI)
Engineered by John Agnello
Produced by John Agnello and Katie Crutchfield
Tracking assistance by Matt Schimelfenig
Tracked at Miner Street Recordings in Philadelphia, PA
Mixed at Water Music Recording Studios in Hoboken, NJ
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound
Photos by Daniel Shea
Design by Daniel Murphy
Thank you: Rennie Jaffe, Timmy Hefner, Mac McCaughan, Laura Ballance, Eric Dimenstein, Mark Bowen, Steven Thomassen, Joey Doubek, Jess Clarke, Jeff Pachman, Sam Cook-Parrott, Kate Illes, Kathryn Formoso, Kate Hewett, Sharon, Bella and Sara Agnello, Kyle Gilbride, Cynthia Schemmer, Jeff Bolt, Marco Reosti, Joe Steinhardt, Brian McTear, Eloy Lugo, everyone at Merge, everyone at Ground Control Touring and Toutpartout and all of our families!
Katie Crutchfield’s southern roots are undeniable. The name of her solo musical project Waxahatchee comes from a creek not far from her childhood home in Alabama and seems to represent both where she came from and where she’s going.
supported by 34 fans who also own “Out in the Storm (Deluxe Version)”
Words cannot do this album justice, but here's a feeble try: sublime guitar playing, beautiful singing, and heart-wrenching stories of being lost and being found by and wrestling with the Almighty. <3 James Mahoney
supported by 33 fans who also own “Out in the Storm (Deluxe Version)”
Extremely catchy hooks dispersed between a unique lyrical style that can be disorienting but once you get used to it makes lots of sense. Yummy guitar tones that settle in the arrangement and stand out only when they need to. Malcolm McDowall
supported by 31 fans who also own “Out in the Storm (Deluxe Version)”
Coming to the show a bit late here, honestly, when I saw Michelle on KEXP you-tube, I was taken away, that voice..
Diving woman is my favorite track, it has the intensity of Slowdive & the bass+drums really remind me of MetalBox & Flowers of Romance by Public Image Limited.
Lyrically,I love the concepts and the warmth of sentiment, some searing truths written in an accessibility, its giving me a doorway to understanding her generation. irq506