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Kindling - Hush album mp3

Kindling - Hush album mp3
Indie Rock, Shoegaze
FLAC album size:
1941 mb
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Hush by Kindling, released 10 November 2017 1. For Olive 2. Destroy Yrself 3. Pantone Blue 4. Everywhere 5. Wait 6. Rain 7. Wherever 8. Better World 9. It Will 10. Wet Leaves. It all comes together on this album, the compositions, the playing, and the recording. Wait" is the best tune in this band's catalogue and is one of the best compositions you'll hear by ANY band.

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Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Kindling collection. A near-perfect shoegazing album. Besides "Everywhere" (which sounds kind of thin and slight to my ears), every song on this record is a winner. However "For Olive," "Destroy Yrself," "Wait," and "Rain" are in a class of their own. Gretchen and Stephen have an especially strong chemistry, but the whole group is really tight. This album is like a warm blanket to soothe you in your darkest moments, or to move you when you're feeling your best.

Kindling - Hush, chorus. Kindling added 3 new photos. Thanks so much to Nina Corcoran and DigBoston for this incredibly thoughtful piece on 'Hush' - we'll be playing in Somerville this Sunday at VFW Dilboy. Kindling: love and loss in the time of shoegaze. How the Easthampton shoegaze group turned their new album into a beautiful, full-blown fire. 16 November 2017 ·. Back on the road, come hang out and hear a lot of 'Hush' played even louder.

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