Those singing morphine alarms out of tune

The album tells an explicit story (in first and second person narrative) of a man losing a loved one to bone cancer and watching her die in the Sloan Kettering Cancer Ward while he is beside her. Memories, regret and grief occur throughout the album. (wikipedia)

The saddest songs are often the most beautiful. And this is an album full of beautiful sadness.

(Kettering by The Antlers)

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