COMES WITH A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD OF THE ALBUM "How the Dead Live"
Set in New Zealand in a forest where the Undead walk at night, desperate to tell their tales to the living "Remembering the Dead" is a mix of fiction and fact. It is a ghost story, written when Jordan was in Karamea researching the local history for the album "How the Dead "live".
Lethe is a gravediger in the employ of History. Her job is to listen to the stories of the Undead, who are desperate to be heard, lets they are forgotten. History wants their tongues - to use to her advantage. When Lethe arrives for the job in the small town of Karamea, her home town, she discovers that the job has perils outside of the Undead themselves, and that she is being followed by a ghost of her own.
APOLOGIES FOR THE SHIPPING COSTS - UK shipping went up AGAIN and its prohibitively expensive. I've added a full download of the album "How the Dead Live" to make up for it, but I do reccommend getting the audio book which comes with the e-book otherwise! (see the albums listings)
Includes unlimited streaming of How the Dead Live (LP) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Bardo (digital album, LP) – Bardo (LP) - physical CD
The Annihilation Sequence (LP) – Limited Edition CD
2015 Tour T-shirts
The Annihilation Sequence - Poster/Print (signed or unsigned)
[MAIDEN], Mother, Crone (EP) – [Maiden], Mother, Crone - CD
Maiden, Mother, [CRONE] (EP) – Maiden, Mother, [CRONE] - EP
"Gigs In Space - your guide to performing online for love and profit"
Maiden, [Mother], Crone (EP) – Maiden, [Mother], Crone - compact disc
Children of a Factory Nation (LP) – Compact Disc
Square Greeting Card
Jordan Reyne UK
Known recently as the Resident Evil 7 vocalist (trailer track, "Go Tell Aunt Rhody"), Jordan is described by New Zealand's National Radio as the pioneer of a new sound, Jordan's music is a blend of irish/ celtic rock, steam-era machine noise, and Grimms fairytale-eske lyrics. Imagine PJ Harvey trapped in the workhouses of Industrial Revolution era England, with only Nine Inch Nails for company.
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