Mothers attempt to exist in two places at once - both singular and collaborative, sprawling and concise, present and distant. Kristine Leschper, songwriter and founding member of the project, explains that it is in the space between opposites that she finds herself. The multifaceted is, by nature, fragmented - each facet reflecting a slightly different perspective of the whole. On their latest record, Render Another Ugly Method, the band attempts to gain an expanded view of its surroundings through splintered sound, thought, and image.

Mothers attempt to exist in two places at once - both singular and collaborative, sprawling and concise, present and distant. Kristine Leschper, songwriter and founding member of the project, explains that it is in the space between opposites that she finds herself. The multifaceted is, by nature, fragmented - each facet reflecting a slightly different perspective of the whole. On their latest record, Render Another Ugly Method, the band attempts to gain an expanded view of its surroundings through splintered sound, thought, and image.

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Format: Vinyl - Indie Exclusive
Label: EPITAPH / ADA
Rel. Date: 09/07/2018
UPC: 045778761784

Render Another Ugly Method [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Yellow LP]
Artist: Mothers
Format: Vinyl - Indie Exclusive
New: Available 24.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Beauty Routine
2. Pink
3. "It Is a Pleasure to Be Here"
4. Blame Kit
5. Baptist Trauma
6. Western Medicine
7. Circle Once
8. Mutual Agreement
9. Mother and Wife
10. Wealth Center / Risk Capital
11. Fat Chance

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Mothers attempt to exist in two places at once - both singular and collaborative, sprawling and concise, present and distant. Kristine Leschper, songwriter and founding member of the project, explains that it is in the space between opposites that she finds herself. The multifaceted is, by nature, fragmented - each facet reflecting a slightly different perspective of the whole. On their latest record, Render Another Ugly Method, the band attempts to gain an expanded view of its surroundings through splintered sound, thought, and image.