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Maija Sofia: Bath Time (Anniversary Edition): Exclusive 180gm Green + White Marble Vinyl + Signed / Numbered Print

Bath Time (Anniversary Edition): Exclusive 180gm Green + White Marble Vinyl + Signed / Numbered Print

Maija Sofia

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  • Release Date 27 November 2020
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Vinyl LP
Trapped Animal
RIYL: Laura Marling, Angel Olsen, Powpig, Junior Brother. To mark her RTE Choice Prize-nominated debut album's first year anniversary, Trapped Animal Records presents the second repress of Maija Sofia's masterpiece, Bath Time. Available on 180 GSM heavyweight green/white marble vinyl. Sleeve printed on high-quality uncoated card with lyrics and credits included on the inner sleeve.

"Transcendent" The Irish Times // 9/10 "a softly fermenting fury...completely unique" The Line of Best Fit // 10/10 "...awe-inspiring depth ... a triumph" The Last Mixed Tape // Maija Sofia, one of Irelands most lauded young folk artists has produced a timeless debut album, inspired by story-driven traditional folk-ballads, shone through the lens of punk DIY ethos. Sofia took inspiration fromstory-driven traditional folk ballads and shone them through the lens of a punk DIY ethos. The album name comes from the ritual of daily bathing, a whimsical place where most of the lyrics were written. The album deals with the ways in which women's voices, stories and desires have been sidelined and misrepresented throughout history. “Think Jesus and Mary Chain meets Angel Olsen” Hot Press // "A real timeless quality is rare in so much of modern music, but the delicate timbre of Maija Sofia's music is impossible to ascribe to a particular moment”. The Irish Times