You can stream and buy (includes digital download) "From the Mouths of the Middle Class" here. If you just want a download, head to the Listening Party Records bandcamp instead, as they're providing pay-as-you-want downloads of the album.
Also, if you'd prefer a good old CD, Blessed Feathers are selling some CD-rs on their own Bandcamp page. Link below!
Some nice press:
"Like many of the best folk albums of the last decade, From the Mouths is an insular affair with a distinct sense of place. Berube and Beaupre self-recorded and self-produced it in their shared apartment over the course of the last winter, writing their songs separately then fleshing them out together with banjo, accordion, glockenspiel and flute and other instruments they had taught themselves to play."
Hot Lunch Collective:
"In short, it’s the kind of album that when put on you stop whatever you’re doing and reflect and prepare. It’s the perfect soundtrack for the transition from the excitement of summer to the somberness and beauty of fall. The sway created by the accordion and the tender hold of the gentle plunking banjo will take you on one of the more relaxing listening experiences of recent memory."
"It's quite the album teaser, a Creole accordion-driven dirge that condenses the damned trip of the song title into an evocative two and a half minutes."
Friends With Both Arms:
"True to their natural aesthetic, the production with minimalistic - and the video, homemade. The sound: bonfire folk, the kind that’s warm and rustic- truthful and simple. It’s the kind of music that makes this Milwaukee band stand out as a band that blazes it’s own trail through a beaten path. This is travelling music."