Limited vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. A livewire siren with a theater background, Lonnie Angle, and a multi-instrumentalist with a decade in a major label band under his belt, Thomas Dutton, team up to create something larger than themselves. That is Cardiknox in a nutshell. The two Seattle natives first met in 2010. Thomas was in the midst of transforming Razia's Shadow: A Musical-an album by his previous band Forgive Durden-into an off-Broadway stage production. Lonnie came onboard to help, and they picked up and moved to the Big Apple together. Following a year of development, the show sold out two nights at Joe's Pub at The Public Theater in New York City. Despite the success, Lonnie and Thomas agreed it was time to collectively pursue a new muse. Along the way, they've become an impressive live presence. In addition to tours with the likes of Betty Who, Cardiknox captivated audiences everywhere from Lollapalooza and Sasquatch to Reading and Leeds, Rock en Seine, Pukkelpop, and Firefly. Their signature musical pastiche also becomes reflected in the album cover by renowned muralist Tristan Eaton who captured the life of the sonic landscape in a stunning portrait of Lonnie. Cardiknox welcome everybody to share in their dream. "I want people to walk away from the music feeling hopeful," Lonnie leaves off. "The music is emotional and comes from a real place. It's not just a catchy hook-there's meaning behind it."