Drew & the Medicinal Pen | Heavy Head

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Heavy Head

by Drew & the Medicinal Pen

Lo-Fi Bedroom Pop MESSterpieces for Lyric Readers!
Genre: Pop: Garage Pop
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1. Rooftop Films Intro
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2. Spotlight
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3. Sleepy Don't Cry
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4. StrangeGirl
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5. Naming the Gap
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6. Love Song #1
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7. Paper Pockets
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8. Hey Chanae
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9. Me + Sarahbellum
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10. The Lie
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11. Waiting Song
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12. Tomorrow will Make It Up
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13. Oxycotton Clouds
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Heavy Head" marks Drew & the Medicinal Pen's full-length debut, and follow up to "Dream, Dream, Fail, Repeat". Like the previous release, this record is packed with meditative and wistful lyrics, laid over kitschy and powerful melodies. These are true stories from a true young songwriter. Since recording this record, D&MP has played over 100 shows on the East Coast and across the Midwest, gained mention in an article that ran front page in the NY Times, and collaborated with legendary Fugazi drummer Brendan Canty.

"Heavy Head" represents the collective efforts of bassist Anna Morsett, violinist Missy Liu, and drummer Zach Arlan to put into music and lyrics the ideas, anxieties, and stories that swirl around the visual side of the project.



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Josh

Oldie but a goodie
I downloaded Strange Girl years ago and never reviewed it. It speaks to me for some reason. Lost access to my old account on here so made a new one to review an album I just discovered and then decided to pop over here to give some love to a song that has been in my playlist for years. The whole album is decent and I wish it had gotten more exposure.
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