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Money - Suicide Songs (2016)

29-01-2016, 07:12
Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Suicide Songs
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Bella Union Records
Genre: Indie Rock
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 43:40
Total Size: 101 / 261 MB


01. I Am The Lord 06:21
02. I'm Not Here 04:07
03. You Look Like A Sad Painting On Both Sides Of The Sky 03:37
04. Night Came 08:33
05. Suicide Song 02:04
06. Hopeless World 03:38
07. I'll Be The Night 04:49
08. All My Life 06:27
09. A Cocaine Christmas and An Alcholic's New Year 04:06

In 2013, MONEY released their acclaimed debut album The Shadow Of Heaven. And now, two years on, their new album Suicide Songs takes you deeper into their sound and vision. It feels more advanced and yet simpler, more perfected and yet more open. It is, by turns, a tender, barren, cavernous, smouldering, despairing and inspirational piece of work. It’s a long day’s journey into night, but it pays huge dividends when you arrive, drawing you in and casting a spell that won’t let go. The album finds the band gelling as never before, framing Jamie’s poetic vision with an intuitive grasp of the album’s dignified and despairing themes. There are strings and brass, gospel-style backing vocals, and the (Indian stringed) dilruba on the opening ‘I Am The Lord’. This collectively adds more divine dimensions to the band’s sound, embellishments that MONEY didn’t have the confidence to try out on their debut. Out of a renewed, richer palate of sound, a sense of greater self-belief has emerged. But as its title suggests, Suicide Songs doesn’t shirk from the emotional truths that birthed it. “I wanted the album to sound like it was ‘coming from death’ which is where these songs emerged,” Jamie explains. “The record is morbid and bleak, and never resolves itself. The only real kind of triumphant realisation is being able to express the morbidity of the situation I found myself in.”

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