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State Champion- Fantasy Error LP ~SILVER JEWS!

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State Champion- Fantasy Error LP.  State Champion are the bedroom recording project masterminded by Kentucky native Ryan Davis which has evolved over the course of fifteen years into a full-blown rock band that summons guidance from Rust Never Sleeps-era Neil, Dead Moon, The Silver Jews and beyond. 'Fantasy Error' is a charmingly broken blend of rock 'n roll, folk and sun-warped honky-tonk toons that have a desperate back woods Kentucky fell to them. To say this album is a DIY affair would be an understatement.  It was recorded in Paul Oldham's farmhouse studio in Shelbyville, Kentucky and the violins were tracked under the stars while the vocals were laid down in the fields next to the farm house. It's a complex record but well worth the listen.

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