Burst and Bloom Album

Cursive

About Burst and Bloom

Burst and Bloom is an EP by American indie rock band Cursive, released in 2001 on Saddle Creek Records. It is the band's first release with cellist Gretta Cohn. Some lyrics in the song "Sink To The Beat" reference the song-writing process and their record label ("This is the latest from Saddle Creek"). This theme would carry over to Cursive's next full length, The Ugly Organ, which again contained songs referencing the song writing process ("Art Is Hard"). The opening to Tracks 2 and 4, "The Great Decay" and "Mothership, Mothership, Do You Read Me?", are prominently featured in the Emogame, and its sequel Emogame 2. On April 21, 2012, Burst and Bloom was re-released on limited edition vinyl for Record Store Day This album is the 35th release of Saddle Creek Records. 


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2001

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