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Heather Maloney - Making Me Break (2015)

21-04-2015, 09:05
Music | Folk | Pop | Rock | Indie

Heather Maloney - Making Me Break (2015)

Artist: Heather Maloney
Title Of Album: Making Me Break
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Signature Sounds Recordings
Genre: Indie, Pop Rock
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 12
Total Time: 00:43:39
Total Size: 111 MB

01. Heather Maloney - Linger Longer (04:19)
02. Heather Maloney - Otherwise (03:06)
03. Heather Maloney - Word For Word (03:19)
04. Heather Maloney - Involuntary (03:30)
05. Heather Maloney - Making Me Break (02:59)
06. Heather Maloney - Dandelion (03:42)
07. Heather Maloney - Rather Be Free (04:05)
08. Heather Maloney - Hey Serena (03:25)
09. Heather Maloney - Eighteen Fifty-Five (04:22)
10. Heather Maloney - Oh Hope, My Tired Friend (03:21)
11. Heather Maloney - Day With You (03:42)
12. Heather Maloney - Nightstand Drawer (03:44)

“Going in, we said ‘lets make a bad ass indie rock record with a sound as big and dynamic as we can, without compromising one single heartfelt lyric."

Singer-songwriter Heather Maloney did just that on her newest LP, Making Me Break. Working with Grammy- nominated producer Bill Reynolds (Band of Horses, Avett Brothers), the two crafted and delivered on an artistic vision to merge Maloney’s folk roots with indie rock.

“The sounds I love in indie rock are so lush, and textured, and intricate, like someone spent a lot of time on this, so they must really care,” Maloney explains, citing influences such as Ben Howard, The Shins, and Io Echo. “And as a singer-songwriter raised on folk, I am drawn to lyrics that that are meaningful, intelligent, tell a story, paint pictures... that care. So I just wanted to make an album that cared musically and lyrically. Some sort of a bleeding heart meeting a distant, unaffected, sparkly rock band. That was the goal.”

Maloney’s new music has a definite edge, but it also has a classically trained voice that delivers well-crafted lyrics over a technical arrangement—a combination we’ve recently seen getting mainstream appreciation once more. Suddenly, the term “singer- songwriter” carries serious weight again. Chalk it up to a revival of everything 90s and Maloney’s influence from “those bleeding hearts,” as she calls them, referring to artists’ like Fiona Apple, Tori Amos and Aimee Mann.

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