Two years since getting themselves signed up by a record label and releasing their first album Shallow Bed, hardcore folk outfit (kinda works, right?) Dry the river have returned with an arguably finer follow up in the shape of Alarms in the Heart. ( thelineofbestfit.com )
After two years in the making, across all kinds of physical and personal terrains, Alarms in the Heart is out today. The feeling for us is impossible to describe, really, suffice to say that we are deeply grateful for your continued support, and excited by this new chapter in the ongoing story of Dry the River. ( drytheriver.net )
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