Emil Amos has been hiding in plain sight for almost two decades now. Individually, he’s created over a dozens of album under the name Holy Sons and as a member of Om, Lilacs and Champagne and Grails he had a heavy hand in an impressive run of ground-breaking experimental albums over the last ten years. Following on from last year's deluxe reissue of Partisan Records' very first release, Decline of The West, Emil Amos is back for his 13th record as Holy Sons. For In The Garden Amos has also teamed up with the perfect producer, John Agnello (Dinosaur Jr., Kurt Vile, Phosphorescent, Sonic Youth), to steer the ship toward a purity of sound and vision that has eluded him in the past. In The Garden is Holy Sons in its most potent, crystalline form. It is Amos' statement album thus far, his flawless song cycle and once it sees the light of day, it seems an impossibility that Holy Sons will continue to have the luxury of hanging out on the fringe.