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Limited vinyl LP pressing of this 2016 release. Subtle, elliptical and ambiguous, Suppose is the debut full-length from London based duo Blue House. The album presents us with a world of haunted pop - songs about people just departed, places just left, and events just witnessed. It is a world in which an under-the-surface quotidian terror might make strange all sorts of objects: Playstation games, postcards, grasshoppers, euphoniums all find their way on to the record. The band in earnest probably began with a drunken duet of Patsy Cline's 'Walking In The Moonlight', sang on top of a rickety table at a house party in 2015. Something of that country sensibility remains in songs like 'Ear To The Door', that has Ursula and James harmonize a song about domesticity and wandering, a theme that resurfaces throughout the record ('John the Unready/had a little baby girl last night/now he's halfway across the countryside/saying something's calling me.')
1.1 Found My Limit 1.2 John the Unready 1.3 Hot Air Balloons 1.4 Museum Workers 1.5 Ear to the Door 1.6 Simple Song 1.7 Albert Played the Euphonium 1.8 January the Tenth 1.9 Weatherman 1.10 Lay Down