Out on: Raw Onion Records (March 19th 2012).
3. January, Puerto de la Cruz
6. Late March, Oslo
8. Finale (Bigotry Cello Octet)
"The cover artwork and the label’s comparisons to bands like Godspeed You! Black Emperor and A Silver Mt. Zion let me expect another dabbler in the post rock genre, but if Sam Gray Singing’s music is supposed to be post rock, he might just have singled-handedly reinvented an entire genre. The original versions of the songs must have been self-recorded and quite bare, but over the years, there were parts (clarinet, drums, saxophone and violin) added by several guest musicians.The final result is a nearly one hour long masterpiece which left me taken aback already after my first time through." (Disagreement.net