Veronica Falls - Found Love In A Graveyard

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Label: Captured Tracks / Trouble Records
Released: Feb / Mar 2010

1. Found Love In A Graveyard (3:49)
2a. Starry Eyes (2:38) [Captured Tracks]
2b. Stephen (2:25) [Trouble Records]

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Veronica Falls - Beachy Head

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Label: Captured Tracks / No Pain In Pop
Released: Jun 2010

1. Beachy Head (2:35)
2. Staying Here (2:12)

320 kbps - 10.73 MB

Это сообщение отредактировал mihanoid - 13.07.10 в 21:47
Еще одна песенка...

Veronica Falls - Right Side Of My Brain -

и оф. сайт у них еще есть

и бывший проект Sexy Kids

Это сообщение отредактировал sonicbox - 23.01.11 в 0:15
перезалейте у кого есть Veronica Falls - Found Love In A Graveyard
чем вам не нравится ссылка в первом посте?
Veronica Falls - Veronica Falls (Album)

Еще один новый трек в LIVE'е

Veronica Falls - The Fountain

Это сообщение отредактировал sonicbox - 22.08.11 в 16:41
Bad Feeling (Single) (2011)
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01. Bad Feeling
02. Try Again (Bedroom Demo)

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Veronica Falls (2011)
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01. Found Love in a Graveyard
02. Right Side of My Brain
03. The Fountain
04. Misery
05. Bad Feeling
06. Stephen
07. Beachy Head
08. All Eyes on You
09. The Box
10. Wedding Day
11. Veronica Falls
12. Come On Over

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Это сообщение отредактировал Svon - 12.09.11 в 20:29
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Veronica Falls - Veronica Falls

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Спасибо. Хороший альбом. Однообразный, но лично мне этим и нравиться. Рекомендую.
альбом в самый раз

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- Release Info -------------------------------------------------------------- -

Artist: Veronica Falls
Album: Veronica Falls
Label: Slumberland
Playtime: 36:27 min
Genre: Indie
Rip date: 2011-09-30
Street date: 2011-09-27
Size: 78.76 MB
Type: Normal
Quality: 286 kbps / 4410Hz / Joint Stereo

- Track List ---------------------------------------------------------------- -

01. Found Love In A Graveyard ( 3:59)
02. Right Side Of My Brain ( 2:52)
03. The Fountain ( 3:22)
04. Misery ( 3:45)
05. Bad Feeling ( 3:09)
06. Stephen ( 2:26)
07. Beachy Head ( 2:34)
08. All Eyes On You ( 3:10)
09. The Box ( 2:01)
10. Wedding Day ( 1:58)
11. Veronica Falls ( 2:38)
12. Come On Over ( 4:33)

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Release Notes

Absolutely beautiful female-fronted shoegaze. Buy it.

"The very best type of pop music is the kind that mixes sweetness and light
with dissonance and darkness, the sort which injects a perfectly addictive
harmony with something sadder, stranger. Think of the gloomy melodrama of
"Tell Laura I Love Her", which kickstarted the "teenage tragedy song" craze in
the 60's, the bleak farewell of "Seasons In the Sun" in the 70's, even The
Smiths' "Girlfriend in a Coma" in the 80's – all meltingly beautiful melodies
with something considerably darker lurking at its heart; the black cloud on a
summer's day, the bruise on a perfect face. It is a long and storied lineage,
and one which London four-piece Veronica Falls are quite happy fitting into.
"We love bands like Beat Happening, Velvet Underground, Galaxie 500 and Felt,
but we also love over-emotionalism", says drummer Patrick Doyle. "We all
originally bonded over the sinister sides to love songs from the 50's and

Welcome to the slanted and enchanted world of Veronica Falls, where
serendipity, subversion, providence, and a shared love for Roky Erickson's
worldview all have a crucial part to play. Initially forming two years ago
when Doyle and Roxanne Clifford (guitars, vocals) moved to London from Glasgow
and met James Hoare (also on guitars and vocals) through mutual friends, later
recruiting bassist Marion Herbain. The band quickly worked up a set of songs
and released their first single on Brooklyn's Captured Tracks. The single in
question, "Found Love In a Graveyard", is a singalong slice of deliciously
morbid pop, the breezy harmonies and chant-along choruses slyly belying the
off-kilter undercurrent of falling in love with a ghost, and neatly set the
tone for what was to follow – instantly addictive pop songs streaked with
shades of grey. Subsequent singles on taste-making labels such as No Pain in
Pop and Trouble Records, plus a series of live shows through Europe and the US
(including a fondly remembered SXSW stint this year), cemented their arrival
on the music scene.

After a stalled attempt at the recording of their debut album at a "doomed
residency at a studio in Yorkshire," the band scrapped the sessions entirely
to re-record the songs in 3 days in London. "The previous session ultimately
sounded overproduced", Hoare explains. "We ended up recording live, and it was
this old fashioned method which captured the sound and feel of the band more
accurately." The resultant record is one which nails the band's quietly
dissident colours firmly and vividly to the mast. Fans may already be familiar
with the likes of "Graveyard" and the galloping Dick Dale meets Nico surf
rocker "Beachy Head" (an ode, naturally, to the infamous suicide hotspot), but
also present and correct is an expanded sound and emotional palette only
hinted at in the past – albeit one which is always grounded in the shadows.

"Right Side Of My Brain" is a snarling and vicious beast, all sharp hooks and
barbed wire, while "The Fountain" is more gloriously morose yet achingly
beautiful pop, with these dueling contrasts reaching its gorgeous epitome on
the astonishing "Misery," as Clifford sings, "Misery/ It's got a hold of me/
misery/ my old friend" while, all around her, melting harmonies and chiming
guitars ring out, before ending abruptly in an eerie verse sung entirely a
capella. Elsewhere, the brightly scrubbed "Stephen" may be one of the most
touching declarations of friendship ever, while "The Box" is a bona fide indie
anthem in the making. Finally, "Come On Over" makes for a poignant album
closer, with its simple yet affecting refrain of "Hey, it's getting colder/
come on over/ until the summer/ until we're older."

With their debut album, Veronica Falls have crafted a brilliantly concise,
superbly concentrated hit of spiky, marvelously contagious indie pop with a
twist – these are songs which will lodge themselves in your head as well as
your heart, with style and attitude to burn. Not that the band are content to
rest on their laurels – they're already starting work on a second album, which
they say has them more excited than anything else right now. If it is anything
like this album, we have a lot of reason to get excited as well."

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Bad feeling - клевый клип - ищем творческих людей!

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