We Were Exploding Anyway

We Were Exploding Anyway


Monotreme Records
~65Daysofstatic
Vinyl

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Official Release Date Nov 08, 2011
Artist 65Daysofstatic
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0004821676
Item Code  5065002002211

track listing

1. Mountainhead2. Crash Tactics3. Dance Dance Dance4. Piano Fights5. Weak46. Come to Me7. Go Complex8. Debutante9. Tiger Girl10. Mountainhead11. Crash Tactics12. Dance Dance Dance13. Piano Fights14. Weak415. Come to Me16. Go Complex17. Debutante18. Tiger Girl

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65daysofstatic - one of the most arresting live acts on the circuit - arrive at album four reborn. A break in momentum has given them the breathing space necessary to reevaluate their artistry and to focus on fresh ambitions. From the underground, over; out of the basements and into the light: this is the Sheffield quartet as you've never heard them before. 65days scored an unlikely hit in 2004 with their debut album, The Fall Of Math. 2005's One Time For All Time, furthered their already enviable reputation. Audiences got larger still. In 2007 they released The Destruction Of Small Ideas - album three was supported not only by domestic treks up motorways and down A roads, but also by worldwide touring alongside The Cure. 2008's We Were Exploding Anyway is 65days anew. Now in a deluxe edition complete with the 'Heavy Sky' EP, and featuring guest vocals from Robert Smith of The Cure, this is not a rock band with a bit of glitch on the side, all guitars with the slightest semblance of high-BPM beat-craft as underlay; it's a not -so-distant dance party, the purest euphoria as ear-worms that dig deep an nestle tight. It's an arms aloft salute to the thrill of letting yourself go in the tide, and riding that rush 'til it leaves you breathless but so prepared to go around again. We were Exploding Anyway is a game-changer from a band that has only ever followed its own rules, and now they're broken. Don't pick up the pieces. Leave them. Dance over them.

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