There are lots of things to appreciate about Roadkill Ghost Choir — including the variations in tempo, the dark poetry of the lyrics, the subtlety of the orchestrations, and Andrew Shepard’s haunting voice. The band played an especially fine set at Revival Fest here in Savannah last weekend; their sound sure seemed right at home in the industrial space of the old railway paint shops at the Georgia State Railroad Museum (usually just called The Roundhouse by those of us who live in Savannah).
This is the last of separate photo sets that I’ll be posting from the festival (other contributors might have some on the way), but I’ll soon upload more shots of all the acts to the hissing lawns Facebook page. Likes appreciated. Click here for all our Revival Fest coverage. More photos after the jump, and click for bigger versions: