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The Sundays - Static & Silence

The Sundays - Static & Silence
Model: CD
Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
Prijs: € 9,50 (EUR)
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CD: 212192
LABEL: Parlophone

01. Summertime
02. Homeward
03. Folk Song
04. She
05. When I'm Thinking About You
06. I Can't Wait
07. Cry
08. Another Flavour
09. Leave This City
10. Your Eyes
11. Monochrome

Static And Silence came almost five years since The Sundays released Blind, the second album full of lovesick, acoustic ballads penned by guitarist David Gavurin and sung ethereally by vocalist Harriet Wheeler. Recorded in the duo's home studio with trusty bassist Paul Brindley and drummer Patrick Hannan, Static alternates between vintage Sundays of years past, some mature ballads and a few studio experiments gone awry. Hardcore devotees will immediately latch onto "Folk Song," a longing, mournful tale that soars into the soul via Wheeler's beautifully sung chorus, and "She," an absolutely heart-melting song that epitomizes the Sundays' ability to tug on one's emotions. Gavurin's swirling, melodic guitar perfectly complements Hannah's bouncing bass line and Wheeler's gorgeous vocal hooks. A couple of songs would fit effortlessly on either of the two prior Sundays records. "I Can't Wait" begins with tender finger-picked melodies and ends too soon after Wheeler's seductive chorus. "Another Flavor" hops up and down on an elastic, zooming bass line and a Wheeler-only breakdown at song's end. Slight experimentation aside, Static doesn't mess much with the well-oiled gears of the band's breathtaking balladry, and love-addled souls of the world will find plenty to soothe an aching heart .

Influences / Similar Artists:
Cocteau Twins, Lowlife, The Smiths


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