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Laura Stevenson - Cocksure (2015)

16-10-2015, 19:06
Music | Folk | Indie | FLAC / APE

Laura Stevenson - Cocksure (2015)

Artist: Laura Stevenson
Title Of Album: Cocksure
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Don Giovanni
Genre: Indie Rock, Indie Folk
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 35:06 min
Total Size: 101 / 253 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Out With A Whimper
2. Torch Song
3. Jellyfish
4. Ticker Tape
5. Emily In Half
6. Diet Of Worms
7. Happier, Etc
8. Fine Print
9. Claustrophobe
10. Life Is Long
11. Tom Sawyer You Know Where You Can Find Me

4th Album by Laura Stevenson who is finally learning not to worry... After more than a year of national and worldwide touring following the release of her critically acclaimed album 'Wheel', both headlining, and alongside such varied acts as Against Me!, The Go-Go's, Kevin Devine, Tim Kasher of Cursive, and The Gaslight Anthem, the songwriter made the move from her between-tour home base of Brooklyn, to upstate New York's Hudson River Valley. There, she rented a nineteenth-century Victorian, a former brothel in a cement-mining town-turned hippie-enclave, and converted the attic into a makeshift studio. It was in this space that she and her band went to work arranging and demoing the eleven songs she had written that would make up Cocksure, Stevenson's fourth album. The record features musicians Mike Campbell, Alex Billig and Peter Naddeo, who in various incarnations have performed with her for over seven years, as well as newcomer Samantha Niss, a long-time Hudson Valley resident and the veritable go-to drummer of the region. Where 2013's Wheel was full of lingering uncertainty, harkening to Stevenson's folk and country leanings, Cocksure is a straightforward, to the point, emboldened rock and roll album. Although some existential dread still peaks through the cracks, Stevenson treats themes as heavy-hearted as sudden and tragic death, self-imposed exile in small windowless rooms, and that back-of-your-mind anxiety that the road you're on may not be the right one, as their own signs of life; a life that is brightly colored by those realities.

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