Label: Bayonet Records – Br-015.
Album · 2018 · 6 Songs.
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Lionlimb‘s ‘Shoo’, released in 2016, was a stunning debut – a brilliantly assembled collection of Fender Rhodes-led ’70s lounge rock.
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Fresh off their European tour, Lionlimb settled into a studio at New York's Columbia University (and later, the Relic Room studio) where they began crafting these layered, classical chamber-inflected songs. While the core of the band's sound still centers on Bronaugh's hushed, poetic vocals, they've expanded their indie rock approach with Bronaugh setting pen to staff paper to score his expansive arrangements.
It seems to hang delicately in some balance between wistful and euphoric, which is something Bronaugh said he strove for while he was composing it. That’s good that you got the triumphant-ness, he says. I’m aware that it sounds really sad, but I also did set out to make something a little more hopeful than the last record. He laughs, sounding slightly self-conscious. Maybe it was a hopefulness that I wanted.
- Bass Clarinet – Maximillian Zooi
- Cello – Rashaad Jones
- Drums – Joshua Jaeger
- Electric Bass – Jonathan Sumner
- Engineer – Josh Hahn, Robin Eaton
- Mastered By – Josh Bonati
- Mixed By – Jarvis Taveniere
- Violin – Frederique Gnaman (tracks: 1,5,6), Josh Henderson (tracks: 2,3), Shawn Jaeger (tracks: 4)
- Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Synthesizer, Written By – Stewart Bronaugh
NotesRecorded at Relic Room NYC April 17-20 2017
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8-59575-00540-4
|Br-015||Lionlimb||Tape Recorder (CD, Album)||Bayonet Records||Br-015||Europe||2018|
Title: Tape Recorder
Date of release: 2018
Style: Indie Rock
Size MP3: 1655 mb
Size FLAC: 1260 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: AHX DTS APE XM MIDI TTA FLAC