Limited white colored vinyl LP pressing. Unique among their furrowed brow peers, The Besnard Lakes are unafraid to marry textured, questing headphone sonics to the honeyed pleasure of radio hits past: the rapture of My Bloody Valentine entwined with the romance of Fleetwood Mac. Imagine dreamy Beach House riding Led Zeppelin dynamics, with unabashedly androgynous vocal harmonies. Channeling their obsessions with the paranormal as well as the dark arts, A Coliseum Complex Museum is populated by cryptozoological creatures ("The Bray Road Beast," "Golden Lion") while also luxuriating in natural phenomena and beauty ("The Plain Moon," "Nightingale"). These themes are sincere yet good-humored. The LP's title jokily refers to a landmark-heavy road sign spotted on tour in Texas, the varied emotional impulses within reflected by it's environmentally warped artwork.
The Bray Road Beast (5:30)
The Golden Lion (3:48)
Pressure of Our Plans (5:22)
Towers Sent Her to Sheets of Sound (4:28)
The Plain Moon (4:26)
Tungsten 4: The Refugee (6:13)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.