LP - Limited Edition Gold Vinyl Repress.
Lebanon Hanover's third studio outing is an iconic record that marks the end of a trilogy of albums released in little more than a year's time, book-ended a period of prolific songwriting and DIY production, that effectively captures a sound reminiscent of the underground music heard circa 1981. Tomb for Two also features some of the band's most famous songs. With this record, the band cemented their legacy of creating anthems for the disenchanted, defying gender stereotypes and roles, and uniting in solidarity with their fellow outcasts who, together, defy normalcy even in the wake of ostracization. These are songs written about our time's insensitivity and how we need to step outside the digital world and connect as human beings, even if that makes out outsiders. Here we see the origins of the band's famous noose logo, and their morose maxim painted on post-punk leather jackets Sadness Is Rebellion.
Lebanon Hanover's music has been compared to 1980s Gothic rock/post-punk acts such as Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Cure and Bauhaus. The band has a minimal, dark sound.Their songs have a signature light synth sound, deep bass and moody lyrics.
1. Sadness Is Rebellion
2. Your Fork Moves
4. Hall Of Ice
1. I Believe You Can Survive (Elegy For The Introvert)
2. Tomb For Two
3. Autofocus Has Ruined Quality
4. Midnight Creature
5. Invite Me To Your Country