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Tennis - Ritual in Repeat (Deluxe Edition) (2015)

17-05-2015, 18:19
Pop | Indie | FLAC / APE

Tennis - Ritual in Repeat (Deluxe Edition) (2015)

Artist: Tennis
Title Of Album: Ritual in Repeat
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Communion Records
Genre: Indie Pop, Lo-Fi, Female Vocal
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 47:37 min
Total Size: 109 / 303 MB


01. Night Vision (4:16)
02. Never Work For Free (3:29)
03. Needle And A Knife (3:23)
04. I'm Callin' (3:35)
05. Bad Girls (4:31)
06. Timothy (4:07)
07. Viv Without The N (3:44)
08. Wounded Heart (1:49)
09. This Isn't My Song (3:31)
10. Solar On The Rise (3:08)
11. Meter And Line (2:32)
12. Mean Streets (3:23)
13. 100 Lovers (2:52)
14. Easter Island (3:24)

Husband and wife duo Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, t.k.a. Tennis, have announced their new album, Ritual in Repeat, which will hit stores on September 9th via Communion Records.

Serving as their third full-length effort and follow-up to last year’s Small Sound EP, the forthcoming LP features an all-star cast of producers, including Patrick Carney (The Black Keys), Jim Eno (Spoon), and Richard Swift (The Shins). All three have collaborated with the Denver-based duo previously, as Carney produced their 2012 album Young & Old while Eno and Swift both lent production to Small Sound.

As a taste of the new LP, Tennis has shared the album’s lead single, “Never Work For Free”. Seemingly taking cues from their recent tourmates HAIM, the song recalls their bubbly melodies and breezy pop sensibilities. Moore even sounds a bit like Danielle Haim with her occasionally staccato delivery and harmonies. That said, it’s still obviously Tennis, and based on this preview, Ritual In Repeat should be a charming statement.

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