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Double Switch - Poets And Libertines (2014)

31-07-2014, 19:51
Music | Rock

Double Switch - Poets And Libertines (2014)

Artist: Double Switch
Title Of Album: Poets And Libertines
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Double Switch
Genre: Rock, Crossover Progressive Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 57:15 Min
Total Size: 139 Mb


1. Say Goodbye 4:48
2. Anika (Different Worlds 4:22
3. Shadows of the Sun 4:15
4. Lover's Lament 3:50
5. Helpless 6:41
6. Poets & Libertines 5:04
7. Is There Anybody in There? 4:38
8. River Whiskey 5:45
9. Badman 4:59
10. Dawn of the Night 4:40
11. Foolish Pride (Bonus Track) 3:57
12. The Hardest Thing (Bonus Track) 4:17

Sometimes discovering where music is going requires knowing where music has been. With the new wave revival that kicked off with bands like The Killers, Keane and others, pop hook sensibilities began to return to the alternative rock scene.
Just like in 1981 when bands like Duran Duran, The Clash, The Fixx and U2 began to carve out a new musical world out of punk and synth rock of the 70's, there is a new vibe growing from the influences of the post-grunge, alternative, and retro 80's crowds.
With influences that range from A-ha, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Tears For Fears and Depeche Mode in the 80's; Dishwalla, Del Amitri, Goo Goo Dolls, Seal and Tonic in the 90's; and even some Paul Carrack and Daryl Hall & John Oates on the soulful side, DOUBLE SWITCH attempts to blend these influences into a cohesive sound with memorable hooks and lyrics that go beyond the surface.
DOUBLE SWITCH began when another project Andrew Hannush was working on went on hiatus. He felt his writing was getting a little stale and wanted an outlet to express some new emotions.
In November of 2012, he went to work on creating 10 songs for a personal project, with no real plan on what to do with it. Within days, Say Goodbye, Is There Anybody In There?, and Shadows of the Sun had taken shape. At this point, there was no turning back. While listening to a Silversun Pickups song, Andrew started thinking about an old song he had written years before called Helpless and began working on modernizing it. From here, the rest of the album slowly developed through the early months of 2013.
In March of 2013, Andrew had the opportunity to meet producer Alan Parsons (of Pink Floyd and Alan Parsons Project fame) and take part in The Art and Science of Sound Recording training event in Nashville, Tennessee. This greatly assisted in the building that drive to completely produce the album and take it to the next level.
With the songs nicely rounded out by June of 2014, it was time to start finalizing the recordings and mastering them. The next step is the release of the project known as "Poets and Libertines." Its named after the title track which almost became the name of the band and then suddenly lended itself nicely to a lyrical theme.

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