The Chlorines 'Inhabitants' Album Launch.

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The Chlorines 'Inhabitants' Album Launch.
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The Chlorines 'Inhabitants' Album Launch. says
The Chlorines are celebrating the release of their debut album 'Inhabitants'!

With support on the night coming from the likes of,
Pat Chow
Maurice Flavel's Intensive Care
&
Oosterbanger
this will not be a night to miss.

$5 on the door.



The Chlorines debut studio album Inhabitants is a concept album by singer-songwriter Owen de Marchi. Inhabitants alludes to the many dwellers that find a home in the body, soul and mind and the album is homage to the constant power struggle between these dwellers.All the occupiers have their say in the album; some desirable, some less desirable and some downright savage and in doing so, Inhabitants asks the listener to walk a mile in the shoes of someone who is endlessly required to self-audit, it asks the listener to imagine a world where you constantly walk a tight rope between virtuousness and demonicness.

The album is the sound of a morphing soul caught on tape. It encapsulates a place in time where you are forced to square up to your demons by either negotiating a treaty, saving goodbye or accepting their tenure. It’s a violent and fragile, dynamic and raw tale of one man’s struggle with mental illness; a vulnerable, honest and confessional account of coming to terms with who you are, who you want to be and who you will never be. This expedition sways from peaceful resolution, crazed desperation to misfit pride and everything in-between.

True to the concept and album’s vetting form, it was recorded over a two year period at Tony City and Jelly Sound. It was mixed, mastered and engineered by Michael Jelinek.

Inhabitants features Owen de Marchi on vox and guitar, Brayden Edwards on guitar, Re Ne on slide, Tom Higgins on bass and Tom Freeman on percussion.
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By: The Chlorines