Heather Trost - Petrichor
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2020 Ratings: #702 / 792
User Score
Based on 16 ratings
November 6, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Third Man Records / Label
Neo-Psychedelia / Genres
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I'm a big fan of A Hawk and a Hacksaw and couldn't be more pleased to see this "world music" making couple instead put out a psych-pop cosmic gem. Perfect for the open road. "Tracks To Nowhere" is certainly the roadhouse tune that everyone is saying it is. The Harry Nilsson track is also good fun (Jump Into The Fire). Trost's violin work is almost unrecognizable behind its dizzying distortion. Her voice isn't amazing or anything, but its good enough for me... plus I love the ... read more
Heather Trost's latest album, released in late 2020, is a solid album with a genuine masterpiece hiding underneath. There are quite a few times were Trost's voice seems to get lost in the vast, echoing canyons of sounds that are painted by the layers of instrumentation.

On average, the tracks are somewhat long and a few of them overstay their welcome a bit, but none of them could be accurately characterized as a bad song. "Tracks to Nowhere" is an gorgeous expression of heartache ... read more
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Track List

  1. Let It In
  2. Love It Grows
  3. Tracks To Nowhere
  4. I'll Think Of You
  5. Jump Into The Fire
  6. VK09
  7. Sunrise
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Added on: September 2, 2020