The Murder Capital’s second studio album Gigi’s Recovery, produced by John Congleton, with a sleeve featuring a painting by Peter Doyle and designed by Aidan Cochrane. The Murder Capital’s first album When I Have Fears had all its songs written and recorded within the first 9 months of the band knowing each other. Now, with Gigi’s Recovery, the band had to learn to navigate their personal relationships through the relationships they harnessed with these new songs. Without knowing what these songs would sound like, the band knew what they wanted them to feel like- and worked backwards from there- “We had this slightly tongue-in-cheek mantra at the near-beginning of writing this record, it was - The evolution will not be compromised. This kept us on a course, even when we didn’t know where we were going”. And that’s exactly how The Murder Capital ended up with an album that is both totally pure and yet completely confident in its direction.