Beach House - 7 (2018) [Rock]

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Beach House - 7 (2018) [Rock]

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Artist:   Beach House
Title:    7
Label:    Sub Pop
Genre:    Indie
Quality:  253 Kbps Avg
Time:     47:04
Size:     85,56  MB
Rip Date: 2018-05-22
Str Date: 2018-05-11
URL:      http://www.beachhousebaltimore.com

Track List:

01. Dark Spring                                       3:24
02. Pay No Mind                                       3:24
03. Lemon Glow                                        4:04
04. L'Inconnue                                        4:24
05. Drunk in LA                                       3:59
06. Dive                                              4:25
07. Black Car                                         4:11
08. Lose Your Smile                                   4:09
09. Woo                                               4:14
10. Girl of the Year                                  3:51
11. Last Ride                                         6:59

Release Notes:

7 is our 7th full-length record. At its release, we will have been a band for
over 13 years. We have now written and released a total of 77 songs together.
Throughout the process of recording 7, our goal was rebirth and rejuvenation. We
wanted to rethink old methods and shed some self-imposed limitations. In the
past, we often limited our writing to parts that we could perform live. On 7, we
decided to follow whatever came naturally. As a result, there are some songs
with no guitar, and some without keyboard. There are songs with layers and
production that we could never recreate live, and that is exciting to us.
Basically, we let our creative moods, instead of instrumentation, dictate the
albumí»s feel. For 7, we built a "home" studio, and began all of the songs
there. Whenever we had a group of 3-4 songs that we were excited about, we would
go to a í░properí▒ recording studio and finish recording them there, in the
process shortening the amount of time between the original idea and the finished
song (of the albumí»s 11 songs, 8 were finished at Carriage House in Stamford,
CT and 2 at Palmetto Studio in Los Angeles). 7 didní»t have a producer in the
traditional sense. James Barone, who became our live drummer in 2016, played on
the entire record. We also worked with Sonic Boom (Peter Kember), who became a
great force on this record by shedding conventions and helping to keep the songs
alive, fresh and protected from the destructive forces of recording-studio
over-production/over-perfection. The societal insanity of 2016-17 was also
deeply influential, as it must be for most artists these days. Looking back,
there is quite a bit of chaos in these songs, and a pervasive dark field that we
had little control over. The discussions surrounding womení»s issues were a
constant source of inspiration and questioning. The energy, lyrics and moods of
much of this record grew from ruminations on the roles, pressures and conditions
that our society places on women, past and present. The twisted double edge of
glamour, with its perils and perfect moments, was an endless source. In a more
general sense, we are interested by the human mind's (and natureí»s) tendency to
create forces equal and opposite to those present. Thematically, this record
often deals with the beauty that arises in dealing with darkness; the empathy
and love that grows from collective trauma; the place one reaches when they
accept rather than deny. While the title is simply a number that represents our
seventh record, the number 7 does represent some interesting connections in
numerology. 1 and 7 have always shared a common look, so 7 feels like the
perfect step in the sequence to act as a restart or í░semi-first.í▒ Most early
religions also had a fascination with 7 as being the highest level of
spirituality, as in "Seventh Heaven.í▒ At our best creative moments, we felt we
were channeling some kind of heavy truth, and we sincerely hope the listeners
will feel that. Much Love, Beach House

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