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Gems - Kill the One You Love (2015) Lossless

29-10-2015, 21:04
Music | Pop | Indie | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Gems - Kill the One You Love (2015) Lossless

Artist: Gems
Title Of Album: Kill the One You Love
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Carpark
Genre: Indie, Dreampop, Trip-Hop
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 41:40 min
Total Size: 285 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01 Blood Runs
02 w/o u
03 Soak
04 Living As A Ghost
05 Empires Fall
06 Heartbreaker
07 Scars
08 Tangled Memories
09 Savior
10 Epitaph
11 White Light

When Lindsay Pitts and Clifford John Usher first met, it felt as if they d known each other in another life. They began collaborating immediately, and in 2013 released Medusa, a collection of songs with a remarkably crystalline vision. Lindsay s haunting and deeply emotive vocals provide the backbone for Clifford s dark and dreamy production, balancing gauzy atmospherics with emotional heft.

GEMS music is very much about the transformative power of song. It embraces pop s form and structure, as well as its proclivity for distilling emotions to a point, but it reaches for something deeper, searching for those authentic and raw human truths that reside in the shadowland of the soul.

Their debut full length, Kill the One You Love, is a further indulgence in GEMS evocative, existential longing. The songs play out like a series of confessions. They are the secrets written in diaries, the unspoken lament to a lover. The title, a reference to Chuck Palahniuk s Fight Club, shrouds the project in a funerary cloud, alluding to the death of a relationship, the death of love, the loss of self. And yet there is a sense of hope that pervades the album, hope that some ray of light may find its way through the darkness.

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