Broke Lord makes music.
His first record Death of a Flower is a ring shaped postmodern folk tale in which he sings about inner chapels, lost grooms, desolated gardens, the life of saints and the coming of our Lord under a female form. A succint but deep circle of rise and decay wrapped in pop cellophane and minimal rags. As someone pointed, accurately: “This is Blues to me. The sort emanating from some clapboard chapel in a martian dustbowl”.
His second record, Nazgul Says, digs deeper in the well of the unconscious, extracting ten dark numbers about old towns, unsung rock&roll heroes, the correct use of rain, digital mothers, burning churches, faraway beaches and friendly nazguls.
Both were recorded by Raul Pérez at La Mina Studios (Sevilla), with the help of some amazing musicians, including Marco Serrato (Orthodox, Hidden Forces Trio), Asier Maiah (Viva Bazooka), Macky Chuca (Mostros), Noli “Rattlesnake” Torres and Antonio J. Moreno. banged the drums. Mastering was done by James Plotkin.
Demos & outtakes that paved the way from zero to here can also be checked and freely downloaded at his bandcamp page.
Broke Lord is broke.