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Sunflower Bean - Human Ceremony (2016)

6-02-2016, 09:53
Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Human Ceremony
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Fat Possum
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 38:09
Total Size: 101 / 252 MB


01. Human Ceremony
02. Come On
03. 2013
04. Easier Said
05. This Kind of Feeling
06. I Was Home
07. Creation Myth
08. Wall Watcher
09. I Want You To Give Me Enough Time
10. Oh, I Just Don’t Know
11. Space Exploration Disaster

Drawing inspiration from a vast pool of influences such as Black Sabbath and The Cure, Sunflower Bean refine their sound and take it to the next level on Human Ceremony. It is a crystalline, bright, sparkling record, tipping its cap to the likes of The Vaselines, The Velvet Underground, The Feelies, and more, loaded with an innate artfulness that belies the band's young age: all three members are under 21. Written in drummer Jacob Faber's basement in Long Island - where the band got its start back in high school - and recorded in Brooklyn with producer Matt Molnar (Friends), Human Ceremony's 11 tracks came together in just seven days. Having leapt out of the gate as a formidable live band, Sunflower Bean's incomparable stage energy settles perfectly into the grooves of its finely crafted debut album. From the cascading guitar riffs in album opener "Human Ceremony," to the surging "Come On," to Cumming's gliding, sky-high harmonies on "Easier Said" and more, on Human Ceremony, Sunflower Bean's spell is cast. The result is one of the best debuts you will hear in 2016.

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