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Williams Shift - We Were Wonderers (2015)

10-06-2015, 11:42
Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Williams Shift - We Were Wonderers (2015)

Artist: Williams Shift
Album: We Were Wonderers
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Burnt Toast Vinyl
Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 00:46:38
Total Size: 107 mb | 347 mb


01. Williams Shift - Permanent Glue
02. Williams Shift - The Heads And The Bodies
03. Williams Shift - Wonderers
04. Williams Shift - Floating Heads
05. Williams Shift - Dock Ellis Spirit Animal
06. Williams Shift - Tuning Into You (A Love Song From Voyager)
07. Williams Shift - Peace Is Our Profession
08. Williams Shift - They All Can't Be As Right As Us
09. Williams Shift - Einstein's Ghost
10. Williams Shift - The Bodies And The Heads
11. Williams Shift - And In The End, We Will Return To The Stars

Williams Shift is a new project from Matthew Stone (Soporus, Saxon Shore) and Stephen Roessner (Saxon Shore, Small Signals). We Were Wonderers was recorded in various home studios and produced and mixed by Grammy award winning producer Roessner in conjunction with Stone. Williams Shift comes to life as an outgrowth of the poppiest elements incorporated in songs recorded as members of the instrumental band Saxon Shore combined with the concept of the “Williams Shift” where defenders would align themselves to better field naturally pulled hits from Boston slugger Ted Williams. The band blends soaring synth pop influences with an ever-expanding and spiraling Wiliams mythology and weight of the Cosmos. Captivated by theories of human cryonic suspension and the cagey details post-Williams mortem, the band embraces an actively dreaming suspended head and an alternate future of Williams’ awakening. His frozen head orbits the earth on a satellite with other cryonically frozen beings, a tragic Greek chorus echoing Williams’ thoughts through Brian Wilson-esque (musician, not reliever) melodies. This is an ode to melody, baseball, and the universe with a hefty dose of artistic license and imagination.

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