Edition of 400, heavy-weight vinyl with screenprinted open sleeve.
“A Dragonfly For Each Corpse is a record that stands no daylight. A feverish nightmare of an album, dragging us into a brown paper bag —ferocious cannibal jungle ambience seeping through— till we’re cast down some stairs into a cellar made out of spit. A twirling folkballad sung by a ghost made out of chewing gum turns into a symphony of typing fingers, ticking clocks and slamming car doors, like a noirish soundtrack to the kidnapping of the Lindbergh baby, accompanied by squeaking stuffed animals as eyewitnesses. A record that feels like a horror franchise turning into understated drama, where mourners and killers change places in unexpected and drastic fashion. With the collaboration of John Wiese, Josephine Foster, MV Carbon, Thymme Jones.” —w