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Since Derek Fudesco formed The Cave Singers after the 2007 breakup of his band Pretty Girls Make Graves, it’s probably safe to assume the title of 2008’s Dancing on Our Graves is a nod toward his prior project. The strong EP opens with washboard and kick-drum percussion rattling and thumping under an arresting acoustic arpeggio. “Belmar” follows, sounding like a homemade recording where spare, acoustic guitar picking and foot-on-the-floor stomping accompanies Fudesco’s close harmonies with Amber Webber from Black Mountain. The more hushed “Backyards” closes, with Fudesco serenading over acoustic guitars and kitchen silverware percussion.

Customer Reviews

Cabin Fever 2, anyone?

Dancing on our Graves. I heard this song in the opening title sequence of Cabin Fever 2 (which was the only good part) and I couldn't stop thinking about it! So, I finally got it. This is the one song along with Franz Ferdinand's "Ulysses" that I'll listen to non-stop.

Cabin fever

I also heard this song from cabin fever 2 and really enjoyed the title sequence. It reminded me of a mix between grease and the Simpsons. Anyways, I was the same way and couldn't stop thinking about it so I undeleted the show, shazamed it and here I am to buy it. Great song!

Very Cool and Unique Modern Folk

Feels like on occassion blues-folk mix among other things. This review by Brian Barr sort of sums it up for me..."You see, the Cave Singers' music demands attention. You’ll throw this record on, maybe in the morning while you’re getting ready for work. Then, in the middle of the day, one of Quirk’s lyrics or Fudesco’s riffs will pop into your head, the way a Townes Van Zandt song does. You won’t be able to shake it. You’ll go home and listen to it again. Pretty soon, Invitation Songs will have worked its way into your subconscious and become the soundtrack to this moment in your life. Invitation Songs will remain a part of you forever." --Brian J. Barr, Seattle, Washington I concur.


Formed: 2007 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Given the rising popularity of meditative, folky indie acts in the early 2000s, forming a twangy, rootsy folk trio was probably the least surprising move Derek Fudesco could have made. The former bassist and founding member of the successful indie rock group Pretty Girls Make Graves picked up an acoustic guitar and formed the Cave Singers following PGMG's demise in January 2007, teaming up with vocalist Pete Quirk (formerly of Hint Hint) and drummer Marty Lund (formerly of Cobra High). Though not...
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