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In-Flight Safety - Conversationalist (2014) Lossless

25-09-2014, 10:30
Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

In-Flight Safety - Conversationalist (2014) Lossless

Artist: In-Flight Safety
Title Of Album: Conversationalist
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Ooh La La Records
Genre: Indie Rock
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 35:11 min
Total Size: 249 MB


1. Before We Were Animals 0:58
2. Animals 3:20
3. Blue Flares 4:29
4. Stockholm 3:56
5. Destroy 4:06
6. Caution Horses 4:09
7. Tie a String 4:23
8. Crowd 3:00
9. Fight Night 3:25
10. Firestarters 3:07

In-Flight Safety release their third record Conversationalist in September 2014. The band are confirmed for the Reeperbahn Festival and will be confirming UK dates too. Building on the success of their first two albums, The Coast Is Clear and We Are An Empire My Dear , the new album reflects a new honesty between mainstays John Mullane [vocals and guitar] and Glen Nicholson [drums]. Despite burgeoning success and a strong reputation, they felt that the band needed to reconnect, reaffirm and... talk. Conversationalist is the result of those lines of communication reopening. Veterans of SXSW, NXNE, The Great Escape and BBC Radio sessions, and with music having been used in film and TV [notably Vampire Diaries and The Office US] there s plenty to talk about. During this period of introspection, Mullane and Nicholson came together to construct Conversationalist armed with a keener sense of confidence and maturity. The album was built, literally and figuratively, on the backs of thousands of conversations between Mullane and Nicholson. Inspired by contemporary bands like Wild Nothing, The Walkmen and DIIV, In-Flight Safety created an album that is true to their history, but their most adventurous and honest. There s a celebratory feeling in the new songs. If we have a playful side, it s on this album, says Mullane. The ten tracks on Conversationalist balance the light and the dark that is In-Flight Safety. You ve got guitar hooks that will get stuck in your head and make you want to dance all night, but the imagery is more mysterious. It can be raw and haunting, but always uplifting with rich, thoughtful production that s anything but indie. Mixed by Gus van Go (The Stills, Hollerado) in Brooklyn NY, Conversationalist is crafted with meticulous attention to detail. There s beauty in opposites and this record is both pragmatic and ethereal, it builds and burns, leaving you wanting more. It s a love letter and a breakup in one album.

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