|Faded Paper Figures / Relics|
|Artist:||Faded Paper Figures||Added:||07/2014|
|Add Date:||2014-07-25||Pull Date:||2014-09-26|
|Week Ending:||21 Sep||14 Sep||7 Sep||31 Aug||24 Aug||17 Aug||3 Aug||27 Jul|
|1.||Dec 04, 2021:||Music Casserole |
|4.||Sep 18, 2014:||Amber Waves |
|2.||Sep 10, 2018:||regular school / summer skool |
On The Line
|5.||Sep 13, 2014:||Music Casserole |
|3.||Jul 25, 2017:||Waste FM |
Not The End Of The World (Even As We Know It)
|6.||Sep 12, 2014:||Octagonal Banana |
This is the fourth studio album from the band Faded Paper Figures. It is a solid album front to back. I will put it into the ever pleasing Sunshine Indie Pop genre. Lots of synth, endless hooks, generally a feel good album. There isn't a ton of variety from song to song so the rest of this review will be brief, but this album is definitely worthy of airplay :) RIYL: Two Door Cinema Club, Tokyo Police Club, Postal Service, Iron and Wine, Metric|
Recommended Tracks: 3, 6, 7, 11
1. (4:36) Breathing - Synth pop all the way
2. (3:20) Wake Up Dead - Strummy guitars and xylophone!
3. (3:27) Not the End Of the World (Even as We Know It) - Shuffling drum beat, tongue twisting vocals
4. (4:52) Lost Stars - Lost of wobbly synth, and a mellow beat
5. (3:39) Fellaheen - Whispery vocals, down tempo
6. (4:27) On The Line - Very Postal Service-y
7. (4:33) Spare Me - Synthetic jumpy tones and more female vocals
8. (4:29) Who Will Save Us Now? - Mid tempo, simple
9. (2:19) Horizons Fall - High pitched female vocals with male harmonies.
10. (5:12) Real Lies - Up tempo lots of synth
11. (3:21) What You See - Up tempo, more rock vibe then the rest of the songs. Kind of psych-rock feel?
12. (4:22) Forked Paths - More ambiant, distant, dreamy feel.
|2.||Wake Up Dead||8.||Who Will Save Us Now?|
|3.||Not The End Of The World (Even As We Know It)||9.||Horizons Fall|
|4.||Lost Stars||10.||Real Lies|
|5.||Fellaheen||11.||What You See|
|6.||On The Line||12.||Forked Paths|