Today, in a message to their 65propaganda mailing list, Sheffield-based math/post-rockers 65daysofstatic announced their upcoming album, We Were Exploding Anyway. With no specific release date other than, “the vaguest of times, THE SPRING,” We Were Exploding Anyway will serve as the long-awaited fourth studio album for 65daysofstatic. Track list after the jump. (more…)
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Posted in News, tagged 65daysofstatic, 65dos, 65kids, BBC, In The Studio, Kurt Vonnegut, Loops Haunt, Math-Rock, Nedry, On Tour, post-rock, Radio 3, Radio 4, Rock, Sheffield, Slaughterhouse 5, Spring, The Destruction of Small Ideas, The Distant and Mechanised Glow of Eastern European Dance Parties, UK, We Were Exploding Anyway on February 3, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Album Reviews, tagged 2 Beards, Charlie Fink, Cherrytree Records, Indie, Laura Marling, Noah and the Whale, Rock, The First Days of Spring, Vertigo Records on November 11, 2009| Leave a Comment »
PROS: can mend a broken heart | more mature sound
CONS: depressing | boring | emotionally draining
Noah and the Whale’s second album The First Days of Spring, which came out October 6th, was not “fun fun fun” to listen to. The album was written about the lead singer Charlie Fink’s recent split from girlfriend Laura Marling, who also used to be in the band. The band lacks variety without a female voice to offset the deepness of Fink’s sound.