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This is his third album, the first under his own name.
According to him:
The songs on Heartland form a narrative concerning a "young, ultra-violent farmer" named Lewis, commanded by an all-powerful narrator—named Owen. It is set in the fictional world of Spectrum. According to Pallett, the songs are one-sided dialogues with Lewis speaking to his creator. Pallett commented that the idea behind Heartland is "preposterous. I wanted to have this contained narrative that has the breadth of a Paul Auster short story." The lyrics raise all sorts of theological questions about believers’ relationship with a deity and the nature of fate, but the construct is just a blank canvas. Pallett said, "Really, it's just all about me. All records are about their singer. I was trying to play with that."This album is such a masterpiece! I'll put some videos so you can see for youself.
- Midnight Directives
- Keep The Dog Quiet [live video]
- Mount Alpentine
- Red Sun No. 5
- Lewis Takes Action
- The Great Elsewhere
- Oh Heartland, Up Yours!
- Lewis Take Off His Shirt [video]
- Flare Gun
- E Is For Estranged [live video]
- Tryst With Mephistopheles
- What Do You Think Will Happen Now?