Philip B. Price
- Folk Pop
Philip B. Price is a musical polymath, best known as the lead singer/songwriter of chamber-pop luminaries Winterpills since 2005. But his sprawling and emotive songbook stretches further back into the late 80s and draws on minimalist and jagged art-rock, bedroom lo-fi pop, power pop, 70’s singer-songwriter and outsider folk.
Bone Almanac, his first solo album since 2004, is a minimalist, largely acoustic album of striking intensity. Playing all the instruments and recorded in just over 4 days with producer/engineer Justin Pizzoferrato (Sebadoh, Kim Gordon, Pixies), Price opens up his internal dialog about death, memory, rebirth, insects, immortal flowers and environmental collapse, while sidling up to John Fahey, Neil Young and Jeff Tweedy.
Says Grant-Lee Phillips: This is an album that operates on a deep level, to be experienced and felt in the heart and in the bones.