Ladyhawk singer/guitarist Duffy Driediger has said of this solo album: "Basically it's the exact same thing as Ladyhawk but shittier."
He's not far off. Scriptural Supplies does sound more like Driediger's full-time band than anything else. It isn't just his singing — here, it's veiled in a PS I Love You-like layer of fuzz and feedback — that's very familiar. This is mostly the same kind of gritty, smalltown rock that made "The Dugout" on Ladyhawk's self-titled debut so irresistible.
Aside from a diversion into Black Rebel Motorcycle Club territory on "Bedside Bible Bong," and a flirtation with Guided By Voices pop on "Planet Of Vampires," you can consider this a stopgap Ladyhawk EP (its nine songs clock in at less than 20 minutes).
Only 300 copies of Scriptural Supplies are being released — best get your hands on one while you can.
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