Husband-and-wife gothic nation duo Carey Kemper and Kelly Bell released albums for a lot of the first ’90s beneath the Shivers moniker. Since Kemper and Bell had been essentially nomads — they resided within an RV and home-schooled their two kids — their albums will be documented during brief halts on the walkabout. Their self-titled debut work appeared within the Minneapolis imprint Restless in 1994. It had been a low-key, occasionally gloomy combination of folk, origins, and nation. Vocal duties had been divided between Kemper and Bell. Buried Existence made an appearance in 1996; nevertheless, nothing even more was heard through the Shivers, and both their Restless produces had been out of printing by the first 2000s.