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Forest Fire - Screens (2013)

9-11-2013, 09:01
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie | Electronic | FLAC / APE



Forest Fire - Screens (2013)

Artist: Forest Fire
Title Of Album: Screens
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: FatCat Records / FAT0123
Genre: Indie Rock, Electronic
Total Time: 42:49 min
Format: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks)
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Size: 103 mb / 286 mb

New York City’s Forest Fire, led by vocalist/songwriter Mark Thresher, return this fall with Screens. With their third full-length, Forest Fire - now the quartet of Thresher, Natalie Stormann, Galen Bremer, and Robert Pounding - have found it.

From its dark, sparse, sonic landscapes, obsession with analog instrumentation, and movement-focused, heavily metaphorical lyrics, Screens finds Forest Fire hewing to a mood set out by some late 70's trailblazers: Kraftwerk, Yoko Ono, Joy Division, Laurie Anderson included. But for all the record’s gratitude to the past, its aesthetic is just as much forward-looking, able to embrace the sunrise hooks of anthemic album opener 'Waiting in the Night'. Elsewhere, Suicide-spooky synth-drones sit in neat foil to jangly stride and Leonard Cohen-frosted vocal deliveries, comprising ingredients of a complex and duly expressive full-length.


TRACKLIST:

01. Waiting in the Night
02. Yellow Roses
03. Passengers
04. Monorail
05. Cold Kind
06. Fixation
07. Annie
08. The Great Wall
09. Alone with the Wires
10. Never Far




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