Gabriel Hart and The Fourth Wall (with Bad Acoustics)

by Gabriel Hart

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Choosing a road of simple bar band “access” to co-exist with Jail Weddings “excess,” Gabriel Hart (Jail Weddings, Dante Vs. Zombies, The Starvations) quietly started The Fourth Wall in 2012 – not as a result of any kind of existential crisis or slowing down of Jail Weddings – but to simply make songs exist that he knew would never see the light of day in the midst of the time consuming arrangements, touring and rigid blueprint of his regular group. What we get is a varietal blend with the expected sardonically sentimental thread of Hart’s 20+ year career – from the Rowland S. Howard swamp-rinsed brutality of “Suffer Somehow,” the sad-sack country twang of “Steer The Ship, to the drunk, driving surreality of “Our Accident,” and gallons more he continues to vomit out. This CD is rounded out by 14 solo acoustic numbers dating back as far as 2005 when the Starvations were beginning to expire, including Bad Acid Blues, a selection from his "lost" collaborations with the late Matty Rue Morgue.

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released February 16, 2017

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