Spirits and the Melchizedek Children

Performed in Sofar Atlanta

Forged on late summer nights surrounding a dying bonfire at Camp 1538, Spirits and the Melchizedek Children began as Jason Elliott’s acoustic ramblings, and has since grown into a sprawling psychedelic juggernaut. Their latest album, So Happy, It’s Sad (out now on Fallen Arrows) bears the weight of life in all of its trials, tribulations and wonder, but at the same time imbues a feeling of completeness and unity.

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