Scooterbabe - The Sorrow You've Been Toting Around cd

(Jigsaw Records, PZL111)

last year, Jigsaw compiled Scooterbabe's two cassette EPs onto one disc, entitled "The Scooterbabe Companion"; this year, we're proud to present their first proper full length, "The Sorrow You've Been Toting Around". The band has undergone a couple line-up changes in the time leading up to this album, and their sound has matured quite a bit in that time, as well. The band they most closely resemble is the Ropers, a vintage Slumberland band that excelled in refined pop, rife with jangling guitars and solid melodies - qualities all found within these eleven songs. Add in guest vocals/violin from Jianna Justice, and you have a well-rounded and thoughtful batch of songs that together, comprise a stellar and very rewarding album. 

Not limited. All songs written by Scooterbabe. Available digitally on Bandcamp.

Tracklisting:
  1. Starless Background
  2. Sermon
  3. Sick Spine
  4. Deathscene/Half Decade
  5. Voice Memo
  6. Whitedwarf/Late October
  7. Our Last Game Of Chess
  8. Kneel To See Me
  9. Sarah
  10. Scooterbabe 2
  11. I Want To Write Your Name Across The Sky In Big Clumsy Strokes