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Ivan and Alyosha - It's All Just Pretend (Deluxe Edition) (2015)

5-05-2015, 15:17
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Ivan and Alyosha - It's All Just Pretend (Deluxe Edition) (2015)

Artist: Ivan and Alyosha
Album: It's All Just Pretend (Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Dualtone Music
Genre: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 256 kbps
Format: M4A
Total Time: 00:50:54
Total Size: 102 mb


01. Something Is Wrong
02. Bury Me Deep
03. All This Wandering Around
04. It’s All Just Pretend
05. Tears In Your Eyes
06. Oh This Love
07. Come Rain, Come Shine
08. Modern Man
09. Drifting Away
10. Let Me Go East
11. Don’t Lose Your Love
12. I’m Not Fooling Anyone (Bonus Track)
13. In the Ground (Bonus Track)

Although based in Seattle, Ivan & Alyosha create a sound that’s distinctly Californian, with acoustic instrumentation and bright vocal harmonies that evoke the West Coast’s summery, Southern locales. The band formed in 2007, when solo songwriter Tim Wilson met Ryan Carbary. Taking their name from Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, the two began playing together, eventually traveling to Los Angeles to record a folk-pop EP with producer Eli Thompson. The Verse, The Chorus was released in early 2009, paving the way for a healthy tour and a decent amount of national buzz, including a nod from NPR’s “All Songs Considered.” Things picked up again in early 2011, when the band — now a four-piece featuring Wilson's brother, Pete Wilson, as well as Tim Kim — released the sophomore EP Fathers Be Kind and launched another tour. An impressive full-length album, All the Times We Had, appeared from Dualtone Records in early 2013 in the U.S. and the following year on Decca Records in the U.K. After adding Cole Mauro to the lineup on drums, the quintet recorded their good-natured, indie pop sophomore LP, It's All Just Pretend, released in the spring of 2015.

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