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Shining Bird - Leisure Coast (2013) 320/Lossless

8-09-2013, 13:44
Music | Pop | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Shining Bird - Leisure Coast (2013) 320/Lossless

Artist: Shining Bird
Title Of Album: Leisure Coast
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Spunk Records Pty Ltd
Genre: Pop Rock, Indie Rock, Alt Pop
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 46:48 Min
Total Size: 113 Mb | 328 Mb


1. Terra Nullius 6:16
2. Distant Dreaming 5:42
3. Must Have Been Dreaming 5:22
4. Keep Warm 7:47
5. Don’t Get Down 5:47
6. You Won’t Feel A Thing 4:16
7. Stare Into The Sun 6:57
8. Last Wave 4:37

Hailing from Austinmer on the Coal Coast of NSW, Shining Bird are a collective of musicians, draftsman, scholars, bodysurfers, who got together over their love of the sea, Paul Thomas Anderson, Dennis Wilson's Pacific Ocean Blue LP and the great Australian poet Henry Lawson.
Shining Bird was formed by Russell Webster and Dane Taylor several summers ago. After releasing 2012’s ‘Shade of the Sea’ EP, Russell’s younger brother Alastair came on board to record the band’s debut LP Dream River. Rounding out the live band are Nathan ‘Strat’ Stratton, Ricci Quirke and James Kates.
All residing on the same block in their sleepy coastal town, most of the album was recorded out of Russell’s home studio. From the opening track ‘Terra Nullias’ to the closing ‘Last Wave’, there’s something quintessentially Australian about the music. While the album is a nod to great Australian songwriters past, Shining Bird forge ahead with their own sound. Perhaps it comes from the psychedelic and otherworldly samples, perhaps it’s the cinematic themes that come from the band’s love of film. Who knows.

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