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The Sundowners - The Sundowner (2015) Lossless

9-02-2015, 13:35
Music | Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

The Sundowners - The Sundowner (2015) Lossless

Artist: The Sundowners
Title Of Album: The Sundowner
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Skeleton Key
Genre: Indie Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 35:55 min
Total Size: 246 MB
WebSite: qobuz


1. Wild As The Season 2:13
2. Back To You 3:26
3. Into The Light 3:49
4. Who We Are 3:52
5. End Of The Game 2:49
6. If Wishes Were Horses 3:34
7. I Dreamed 2:55
8. Hummingbird 2:41
9. Desert Rose 3:31
10. Soul Responding 2:58
11. Medicine 4:08

Recorded almost entirely live in Parr Street studios, Liverpool, over a 2 week period in the summer of 2014, this album was produced by James Skelly, Ian Skelly & Richard Turvey and reflects Fiona and Niamh's mutual love of psyche and west coast harmonies.
The 11-tracks of psyche-folk, harmony heavy, well-crafted pop gems were in part inspired by the diverse and eclectic range of music the band listened to during recording - Goat, Tame Impala, Can, Neu!, Portishead, Air, Gillian Welch, Velvet Underground, Fairport Convention.

Now a formidable live act, the Wirral 5-piece benefit from an almost telepathic on-stage understanding born out of both Fiona & Niamh's long-term friendship and the addition of Fiona's brother, Alfie, on guitar.

The last 12-months have seen the band release a brace of limited edition singles, tour constantly playing alongside the likes of Cats Eyes & Kasabian and appear at both the All Tomorrow's Parties and Glastonbury Festivals, where they played in the packed BBC Introducing tent.

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Pukka Sahib   User offline   20 February 2016 17:54

Please reupload. Thanks!

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