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Goldenrod vinyl w/ 24x12" folded lyric insert and download card in standard jacket. On Birthmark's latest album, Birth of Omni, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Nate Kinsella delivers his most thematically dynamic and experimental album to date. The album highlights the gargantuan shift in perspective that comes along with becoming a parent, including core themes of identity, duality, sexuality, overwhelming responsibility, feminism, and fear of men. Over the course of the album's ten songs, Kinsella takes the listener on a wild ride, full of emotions and inner thoughts. On "Rodney," Kinsella enlists Shudder to Think's Craig Wedren on vocals for a track that explores sexuality and desires, while "Boyfriend" touches on how things change between partners in a relationship while raising children. In addition to Kinsella's work with Birthmark, Nate also plays in two other bands with his cousin Mike Kinsella - American Football and LIES. He's also collaborated with artists such as Tim Kasher, Joan of Arc, TTNG, and others. Kinsella's work has been featured in outlets such as Pitchfork, FADER, Rolling Stone, Stereogum, NPR, and many others.
Goldenrod vinyl w/ 24x12" folded lyric insert and download card in standard jacket. On Birthmark's latest album, Birth of Omni, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Nate Kinsella delivers his most thematically dynamic and experimental album to date. The album highlights the gargantuan shift in perspective that comes along with becoming a parent, including core themes of identity, duality, sexuality, overwhelming responsibility, feminism, and fear of men. Over the course of the album's ten songs, Kinsella takes the listener on a wild ride, full of emotions and inner thoughts. On "Rodney," Kinsella enlists Shudder to Think's Craig Wedren on vocals for a track that explores sexuality and desires, while "Boyfriend" touches on how things change between partners in a relationship while raising children. In addition to Kinsella's work with Birthmark, Nate also plays in two other bands with his cousin Mike Kinsella - American Football and LIES. He's also collaborated with artists such as Tim Kasher, Joan of Arc, TTNG, and others. Kinsella's work has been featured in outlets such as Pitchfork, FADER, Rolling Stone, Stereogum, NPR, and many others.
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Birth Of Omni [LP]
Artist: Birthmark
Format: Vinyl
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Goldenrod vinyl w/ 24x12" folded lyric insert and download card in standard jacket. On Birthmark's latest album, Birth of Omni, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Nate Kinsella delivers his most thematically dynamic and experimental album to date. The album highlights the gargantuan shift in perspective that comes along with becoming a parent, including core themes of identity, duality, sexuality, overwhelming responsibility, feminism, and fear of men. Over the course of the album's ten songs, Kinsella takes the listener on a wild ride, full of emotions and inner thoughts. On "Rodney," Kinsella enlists Shudder to Think's Craig Wedren on vocals for a track that explores sexuality and desires, while "Boyfriend" touches on how things change between partners in a relationship while raising children. In addition to Kinsella's work with Birthmark, Nate also plays in two other bands with his cousin Mike Kinsella - American Football and LIES. He's also collaborated with artists such as Tim Kasher, Joan of Arc, TTNG, and others. Kinsella's work has been featured in outlets such as Pitchfork, FADER, Rolling Stone, Stereogum, NPR, and many others.
        
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