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Interprète:

The Japanese House

Titre:

Good At Falling

Genre:

Electronique / Pop

Taille de l'album MP3:

1058 mb

Label:

Dirty Hit

Classement:

4.7

Style:

Indie Pop, Synth-pop

Pays:

Europe

Date de publication:

01 Mar 2019

Catalogue:

DH00473

Téléchargement le album The Japanese House - Good At Falling

Tracklist

1We Talk All The Time
2Follow My Girl
3Somethingfartoogoodtofeel
4Wild
5You Seemed So Happy
6Everybody Hates Me
7Marika Is Sleeping
8Went To Meet Her (intro)
9Faraway
10Maybe You're The Reason
11 Worms
12Lilo
13i saw you in a dream

Remarques

Limited Edition Double Gatefold Indie store only exclusive violet vinyl,
Includes Download Code. Limited To 1000

Codes-barres

  • Barcode (Scanned from sticker on shrinkwrap): 5060257961399

Album

Good at Falling is the debut studio album by English musician Amber Bain, under the name The Japanese House. It was released on 1 March 2019 by Dirty Hit, after Bain released four extended plays spanning three years Pools to Bathe In, Clean, Swim Against the Tide and Saw You in a Dream. The album was produced by Amber Bain alongside BJ Burton and The 1975 drummerproducer George Daniel. Album 2019 13 Songs. The British singer-songwriters stunning early EPs of ethereal pop built intrigue, critical acclaim, and-released as The Japanese House-an air of mystery. Her debut album is gorgeous and dreamy, but also extraordinarily vulnerable. Not really intentionally. But just for the hell of it. Join Bain for a track-by-track guide to the album. went to meet her Its an intense way to start an album. I think the chaos of the drums definitely reflects the chaos of the situation. Songs in album The Japanese House - Good At Falling 2019. The Japanese House - Went To Meet Her Intro. The Japanese House - Maybe You're The Reason. The Japanese House - We Talk All The Time. The Japanese House - Wild. The Japanese House - You Seemed So Happy. The Japanese House - Follow My Girl. The Japanese House - Somethingfartoogoodtofeel. The Japanese House - Lilo. The Japanese House - Ev. the debut album Good At Falling by UK based indie pop & synthpop artist The Japanese House. Good At Falling Dirty Hit, Interscope Records Release: 3119 Rating: 45. Favorite tracks: You Seemed So at Falling is the debut album by British indie pop artist The Japanese House. The album was announced with the release of the single Follow My Girl on November 12th 2018, set for release on March 1st 2019. The album consists of thirteen tracks, the only one of which not unique to it being the acoustic cover of Saw You in a Dream , which was first released on the 2017 EP of the same name. Good At Falling by The Japanese House, released 01 March 2019 1. went to meet her intro 2. Maybe You're the Reason 3. We Talk all the Time 4. Wild 5. You Seemed so Happy 6. Follow My Girl 7. somethingfartoogoodtofeel 8. Lilo 9. Everybody Hates Me 10. Marika Is Sleeping 11. Worms 12. f a r a w a y 13. i saw you in a dream The Japanese House, an air of mystery. The whole point of the album is me being really honest. On her debut album, the British singer-songwriter Amber Bain lets go of her self-consciousness and, with some help from the 1975, makes the transformation from hesitant outsider to unlikely pop star. When Amber Bain began releasing music as the Japanese House in 2015, the British singer-songwriter kept her identity a mystery. The tactic generated plenty of hype-many wondered if the songs were a secret side project of The 1975s Matt Healy-but Bain wasnt fully committed. The Japanese House - Swim Against the Tide EP 2016. Cornchip 286. i've been following the japanese house since her 2nd ep, and just to see that she's finally released this entirely original and cohesive body of work after working so hard to get to the place she's at right now is so inspiring and i love it. i love it and i love her. thank you KL, i can't. i use that word sparingly when i talk about albums because i find that while a lot of albums i listen to have cohesiveness and lineage, they're just a bit. clunky this album isn't clunky in any sense of the word. for Amber Bain's. Good at Falling follows the entirety of a relationship. Through its 13 songs, Bain takes you from first introductions to the dizzying highs of love, onto the anxiety inducing pre-breakup and the crushing heartache of it all ending. It draws from Bains life in a way she hasnt done before, which has resulted in her most personal and vulnerable release yet. Opening with Went To Meet Her Intro, its evident Bain has kicked it up a notch for her first full length album. The album flicks between these synthesised sounds and pop hooks that hark back to the heydays of The Beach Boys. The Japanese House. arrives at Good At Falling with steady momentum, carved out over four EPs that saw her graduate from introverted, hushed bedroom pop to fleshed-out, soaring pop. On her debut album, all this progression and promise comes fantastically good. Full Review. Whilst lyrically, it is a portrayal of insecurity and pain, sonically it is a bright, glistening piece of pop magic that merges the quintessential style seen on The Japanese Houses three EPs with new points of exploration that only increases the excitement around this enigmatic superstar-in-waiting

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