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The Ohio based husband and wife duo has long been making soul-nourishing music, and the richness only deepens.
—Los Angeles Times
The most spine-tingling live show I’ve seen and heard in recent memory.
Over the Rhine’s fifteenth studio album, Love & Revelation, arrives in time for 2019, the married duo’s thirtieth continuous year of writing, recording, and touring together. In that time, singer-songwriters/multi-instrumentalists Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler have built a vivid, emotionally-charged body of work that has won them a deeply devoted following and critical acclaim.
Like its predecessors, Love & Revelation showcases the pair’s timeless songcraft and understated yet soulful delivery. Those qualities are prominent on such memorable new songs as “Los Lunas,” “Let You Down,” “Broken Angels,” and “Making Pictures,” whose insistent melodies and striking lyrical imagery haunt the listener long after the music fades.
The eleven-song Love & Revelation, which the Ohio-based duo and their “Band of Sweethearts” recorded with longtime engineer Ryan Freeland at his Stampede Origin studio in Culver City, California, continues Over the Rhine’s career-long embrace of its unmistakable creative values.
Paste Magazine writes, “Over the Rhine creates true confessional masterpieces that know neither border nor boundary,” and included Bergquist and Detweiler in its list of 100 Best Living Songwriters. Rolling Stone recently wrote that Over the Rhine is a band “with no sign of fatigue, whose moment has finally arrived.” That’s quite a sentiment for a band celebrating thirty years of writing, recording, and life on the road. But as Karin Bergquist states, “There is still so much music left to be made.” Love & Revelation is a record for right now. The songs have been rigorously road tested and burst at the seams with loss, lament, and resilient hope.
Producer’s Circle member Tom G.