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The Lonely Wild - Chasing White Light (2015) Lossless

10-10-2015, 08:21
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

The Lonely Wild - Chasing White Light (2015) Lossless

Artist: The Lonely Wild
Title Of Album: Chasing White Light
Year Of Release: 2015
Label (Catalog#): eOne [EOM-CD-5295]
Genre: Indie-Rock, Alternative
Quality: FLAC (tracks +.cue,log)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 39:14 min
Full Size: 266 mb

It's difficult to write about death in a way that isn t morose or dispiriting. The subject, long turned over by artists of all kinds, is inherently sad. But on Chasing White Light, The Lonely Wild reflects on death in a way that is both accepting and uplifting. The album, which follows the Los Angeles group's 2013 effort The Sun As it Comes, was born last year as frontman Andrew Carroll was faced with the death of his wife's grandmother.
He reflects: When that happens to people you know and love, you often pause and reflect on people you've known who've passed away. And then the topic started coming out in songs naturally.

Once written, these songs were transformed at John Vanderslice's Tiny Telephone Studios in San Francisco. Working with Vanderslice marked the band's first experience with a producer on an album. He had a huge impact on the sonic landscape of Chasing White Light, affording the musicians the opportunity to use antique instruments like harpsichord and cello, as well as analog synthesizers and electric organs, and recorded the entire album to tape. Instead of recreating the band's demos, Vanderslice forced them out of their comfort zone, encouraging each song to evolve into its best incarnation. It was a deeply liberating experience for the band.


01. Snow (4:45)
02. Hunted (2:40)
03. Scar (3:10)
04. Born (1:02)
05. Running (3:46)
06. Funeral (2:38)
07. Thrown (0:34)
08. Into Their Mouths (3:45)
09. Blunt The Blade (4:09)
10. Free From Harm (4:23)
11. Chasing White Light (7:04)
12. Echo (1:18)

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