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2024 release. In 2013, a New Zealand teenager named Daniel Johann Lines quietly uploaded his debut album, melanchole, to Bandcamp under the moniker Salvia Palth. The LP was a homespun collection full of vulnerable, self-recorded songs about the overwhelming messiness that comes from growing up and figuring out who you are. Despite modest intentions, the record resonated profoundly with millions on platforms like Tumblr and Youtube, maintaining momentum through the TikTok and streaming era. Menchole remains a wildly influential lo-fi release, a moving portrait of youth in turmoil. Over a decade later, Lines returns to the project with a new full-length titled "last chance to see". Out February 16 via Danger Collective Records, the now 27-year-old musician offers his most fully formed and ambitious effort yet. #last chance to see is not only a complete artistic reinvention but one that gracefully closes the chapter on a formative period of the songwriter's life. His decision to revisit the Salvia Palth moniker is intentional and integral to the album.
2024 release. In 2013, a New Zealand teenager named Daniel Johann Lines quietly uploaded his debut album, melanchole, to Bandcamp under the moniker Salvia Palth. The LP was a homespun collection full of vulnerable, self-recorded songs about the overwhelming messiness that comes from growing up and figuring out who you are. Despite modest intentions, the record resonated profoundly with millions on platforms like Tumblr and Youtube, maintaining momentum through the TikTok and streaming era. Menchole remains a wildly influential lo-fi release, a moving portrait of youth in turmoil. Over a decade later, Lines returns to the project with a new full-length titled "last chance to see". Out February 16 via Danger Collective Records, the now 27-year-old musician offers his most fully formed and ambitious effort yet. #last chance to see is not only a complete artistic reinvention but one that gracefully closes the chapter on a formative period of the songwriter's life. His decision to revisit the Salvia Palth moniker is intentional and integral to the album.
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Last Chance To See
Artist: Salvia Palth
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. No Intro
2. Interlude
3. I'm Gonna Find Out
4. Something I Had Said
5. Last Chance to See
6. You Wouldn't Ask a Fire to Stop
7. Always Freaking Out
8. Stabbed in the Small of the Back
9. That's What
10. Best Friend on the Cross
11. Stay Next to Me Tonight
12. How Many Will I Make
13. Still I Struggle

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2024 release. In 2013, a New Zealand teenager named Daniel Johann Lines quietly uploaded his debut album, melanchole, to Bandcamp under the moniker Salvia Palth. The LP was a homespun collection full of vulnerable, self-recorded songs about the overwhelming messiness that comes from growing up and figuring out who you are. Despite modest intentions, the record resonated profoundly with millions on platforms like Tumblr and Youtube, maintaining momentum through the TikTok and streaming era. Menchole remains a wildly influential lo-fi release, a moving portrait of youth in turmoil. Over a decade later, Lines returns to the project with a new full-length titled "last chance to see". Out February 16 via Danger Collective Records, the now 27-year-old musician offers his most fully formed and ambitious effort yet. #last chance to see is not only a complete artistic reinvention but one that gracefully closes the chapter on a formative period of the songwriter's life. His decision to revisit the Salvia Palth moniker is intentional and integral to the album.
        
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