|From Indian Lakes / Everything Feels Better Now|
|Add Date:||2017-02-15|| ||Pull Date:||2017-04-19|| |
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Emo with post-rock tendencies. From Yosemite Valley. Glowing, atmospheric, and confessional. Highly recommend also checking out From Indian Lakes’ back catalogue for something more post-hardcore-oriented.|
Related: Lydia, Dear and the Headlights, Triple Crown/Run for Cover
1. (3:37) Happy Machines—Wavering electronic intro. Tender emotional rock that steadily gets louder and more driving.
2. (3:39) ** The Monster—Loud, propulsive. Softer acoustic outro.
3. (4:59) *** Blank Tapes—Melancholy, chiming, catchy.
4. (3:34) ** Bare It—Mellow, swirling guitars and dreamy vocals. Goes to a really cool place.
5. (4:37) *** Hello—Haunting plucked guitars and echoey vocals.
6. (3:24) *** Feel Love—Uplifting, great groove.
7. (3:35) * American Dreams—Plodding, with a synth backing and drowsy vocals.
8. (3:35) Nome—Guitar loops and overdone vocals.
9. (3:46) *** Sunlight—Driving beat, chiming guitars, with a shining layer of voice. Super dreamy.
10. (5:28) ** Come Back—Slow, cloudy, with electronic piano loops in the first half. Epic post-rock finish.
11. (3:58) * Lose Myself—Off-kilter, folky guitars and vocals bathed in reverb. Eventually changes to a more glowing post-rock style.
12. (4:01) ** Rid of It—Several hazy vocal layers over distant looped keys. Organ and drum machine close things out.