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Pslamships, the project of singer songwriter Josh Britton, produces music that he describes as “ghost folk”. The music is slow, melancholy and pensive. Following the 6 track live set recorded with Folkadelphia,My Endless Black, the new album is deeply personal, as Britton explained in an interview with Big School Records.

Overall, I Sleep Alone tackles the difficult subject of loneliness, whether internal or between friends. Tracks like “I’m Never in Love” look at relationships, coming to a bitter conclusion. Others, like “You’ll Never See the Morning” chronicle the dark depths of depression. The accompanying, sparse use of guitar and piano highlights the tragic nature of the music. Listen to “You’ll Never See the Morning” below.

Earlier this year, Britton did a goosebump-raising On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks. The band will be performing at Ortlieb’s on Friday. Get more information here.

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