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A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Sea When Absent (2014)

19-06-2014, 06:59
Music | Pop | Rock | Alternative | Indie

A Sunny Day in Glasgow – Sea When Absent (2014)

Artist: A Sunny Day in Glasgow
Title Of Album: Sea When Absent
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Lefse Records
Genre: Dreampop, Female Vocal, Indie Pop, Shoegaze
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 268 kbps avg
Total Time: 47:05 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb


01. Bye Bye, Big Ocean (The End)
02. In Love With Useless (The Timeless Geometry in the Tradition of Passing)
03. Crushin’
04. MTLOV (Minor Keys)
05. The Things They Do to Me
06. Boys Turn Into Girls (Initiation Rites)
07. Never Nothing (It’s Alright [It's Ok])
08. Double Dutch
09. The Body, It Bends
10. Oh, I’m a Wrecker (What to Say to Crazy People)
11. Golden Waves

Philadelphia-based outfit A Sunny Day in Glasgow release their fourth full-length album, Sea When Absent, and it comes four years after Autumn, Again. Led by Ben Daniels, the band's reshuffled lineup recorded their shoegaze-influenced indie rock with producer Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, the War on Drugs) over the course of 2013. The first single, "In Love with Useless (The Timeless Geometry in the Tradition of Passing)," appeared with an accompanying lyric music video in the leadup to the full release.

Fronted by identical twin sisters Lauren and Robin Daniels and masterminded by their brother Ben, A Sunny Day in Glasgow emerged in the early 2000s with synth-laden experimental noise-pop that echoed 1980's shoegaze acts like the Jesus and Mary Chain. Ben Daniels started making cassette recordings with the help of his friend Ever Nalens years before A Sunny Day in Glasgow got together. Nalens lived in Glasgow from 2002 to 2004 in order to go to art school, and Daniels moved to London about a year later. They started collaborating again after Ben returned in the summer of 2005, but Nalens abandoned the project after a couple months. Daniels continued to write songs, asking his sister Robin to take over the vocals. Lauren was brought in as a vocalist a few months later, and the group started recording tracks in Ben's West Philadelphia apartment and at their parents' house in the suburbs. They put some of the tracks together and released them as an EP called The Sunniest Day Ever, in March 2006. The EP charted at number one on New York's WNYU, the songs started bouncing around online, and soon enough, Pitchfork gave the first track on their EP, "C'mon," a four-star rating. Indie labels started to pay attention, and the group snagged a record deal with Notenuf Records in October 2006. They recorded their first full-length album, Scribble Mural Comic Journal, in 2006 and released it, along with an EP of outtakes called Tout New Age, the following year. Their second studio LP, Ashes Grammar, arrived in 2009, followed by a lineup change that saw the group expand into a full-blown six-piece. The Nitetime Rainbows EP arrived in March 2010, followed by the all-new full-length Autumn, Again in October of that year. After a brief quiet period, the outfit revealed they had worked on their fourth album, Sea When Absent, with producer Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, the War on Drugs) in 2013, and the full-length release was expected to arrive the following year.

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