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Tullycraft prep first LP in six years (watch the “Passing Observations” video)


Seattle indiepop cult heroes and proud twee flag-flyers Tullycraft have been mostly on hiatus since 2013, but will return with their first new album in six years, titled The Railway Prince Hotel, on February 8 via HHBTM Records. The first single is “Passing Observations,” which more or less picks up where they left off. It’s an exuberant song that belies some melancholy themes, with its chorus of “The ship is sinking I can tell” chorus an instant earworm. The song’s charming animated video, made by George Pfromm II, premieres in this post and you can watch that below.

The Railway Prince Hotel is available for preorder on LP and CD. Now we just need Tullycraft to start playing live again. Fingers crossed. Artwork and tracklist are below.

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Tullycraft – The Railway Prince Hotel tracklist:
Midi Midinette
Passing Observations
We Couldn’t Dance to Billy Joel
Goldie and the Gingerbreads
Has Your Boyfriend Lost His Flavor On The Bedpost Overnight?
Beginners at Best
It’s Not Explained, It’s Delaware
Lost Our Friends to Heavy Metal
Hearts at the Sound
The Cat’s Meow In a Spacesuit
The Railway Prince Hotel

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