Since bursting onto the scene in 2012 with their debut full-length, “The Fallout”, Crown The Empire have shown
no signs of slowing down on their undeniable course toward world domination. The band have sold over 60,000
copies of their groundbreaking debut album, and have been busy touring the world repeatedly, and gracing
magazine covers frequently.
Crown The Empire haven’t slowed their momentum, supporting tours for Pierce the Veil, Asking Alexandria, and
The Used. After being the breakout band on the 2013 Vans Warped Tour, the band was asked to return again this
year as a Main Stage act.
The band has also been on the cover of Alternative Press over three times in the past year, a feat that has never
been accomplished by a new band. They appeared first as the cover artist for Alternative Press’ “Bands You Need
to Know” issue, then again for their “Stars of Warped Tour” issue, and the band is on the cover of their current
issue, to help build early support for their new release, “The Resistance: Rise of the Runaway”.
Crown The Empire’s new album, “The Resistance: Rise of the Runaway”, has the band exceeding all preconceived
expectations. It’s heavier and more melodic than everything fans and critics grew to love on “The Fallout” but it
doesn’t feel contrived or forced in any way. When you break it down, Crown The Empire are storytellers for a new
generation; nothing is a mistake. Every detail, element, structure, chorus, and breakdown is planned, and the
album flows like the plot of a theatrical film. There’s a reason why magazines have been putting Crown The Empire
on their covers and there’s a reason the bands gets o ered multiple tours each quarter; it’s because fans truly
believe in the band and care about what they’re doing. Their fan base is a cult-like army, who truly believes and
supports them. It’s what separates Crown The Empire from everyone else, and it’s why “The Resistance: Rise of
the Runaway” is sure to be an instant classic, and a must-have album for years
1. Call To Arms (Act I)
5. The Wolves Of Paris (Act II)
7. Second Thoughts
8. Maniacal Me
10. Rise Of The Runaways
12. The Phoenix Reborn
One on One was produced by Roy Thomas Baker and released in 1982. It was the first Cheap Trick album to feature new bassist Jon Brant. The album spawned two hits with the power ballad "If You Want My Love" and the innuendo-laced rocker "She's Tight." The music videos for both songs received heavy rotation on MTV.
1. I Want You
2. One on One
3. If You Want My Love
4. Oo La La La
5. Lookin' Out for Number One
6. She's Tight
7. Time is Runnin'
8. Saturday at Midnight
9. Love's Got a Hold on Me
10. I Want Be Man
11. Four Letter Word
Featuring their two singles to date – ‘Little Monster’ and ‘Come On Over’ – the album is a mixture of anguished vocals, ferocious drumming and bass that provides intricate detail as well as a rumble of rhythm. Royal Blood are the result of a lineage that stretches from present day heroes Queens of the Stone Age to Led Zeppelin, and all the way back to early blues pioneers. Their ferocious attack is the result of just two men – vocalist/bassist Mike Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher.
The album’s striking cover art was provided by Dan Hillier, an artist who is acclaimed for his black line work, combining Victorian sensibilities with a fascination for animal and landscape attributes with leanings towards the esoteric.
1. Little Monster
2. Out Of The Black
3. Come On Over
4. Figure It Out
5. You Can Be So Cruel
6. Blood Hands
8. Little Monster
9. Loose Change
11. Ten Tonne Skeleton
12. Better Strangers
Lita was released in February, 1988 on RCA Records. The album features a duet with Ozzy Osbourne, "Close My Eyes Forever," which peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 chart as well as "Kiss Me Deadly," another hit for Ford. Pat Benatar's rhythm section (Don Nossov and Myron Grombacher) are also featured throughout the album.
1. Back to the Cave
2. Can't Catch Me
4. Kiss Me Deadly
5. Falling In and Out of Love
6. Fatal Passion
7. Under the Gun
8. Broken Dreams
9. Close My Eyes Forever
First Pressing Of 2500 Numbered Copies On Red/Black Transparent Vinyl
Available On Vinyl For The First Time!
Korn is the eponymous debut studio album by the American Nu-Metal band Korn. It was released in 1994, right after the band toured with Biohazard and House of Pain. The album’s themes mainly consisted of both drug and child abuse. Korn was well received by music critics. The band stormed the alternative scene virtually overnight, and is said to have established Nu-Metal.
Bands like Coal Chamber and Limp Bizkit were inspired by the album’s rage, emphasising similar grooves and song structures, including some Hip Hop elements. Slipknot, Machine Head, and Sepultura were also inspired by the album. The album launched the career of record producer Ross Robinson, who later produced albums such as Three Dollar Bill, Yall by Limp Bizkit and Slipknot’s ﬁrst two albums.
A little more than a year after release, the album went Gold in the United States. The album spawned 4 singles; “Blind”, followed by “Need To”, “Shoots and Ladders” and “Clown”. The album has now sold over 10 million copies worldwide and was never before issued on vinyl.
“Idehen is a great encapsulation of many facets of England’s long standing, and constantly evolving, MC
tradition.” - FACT Magazine
“Collaborating extensively, the subtle spiritual nuances of Pále’s production are brought out into the light
by Joshua Idehen’s carefully wrought verbs and nouns”- Clash
“One of many emerging talents from Manchester, Pàle is making smooth, atmospheric jams that border
the broken realms of hip-hop, house and garage.”- Hyponik
High Lucia (formerly known as Pále) presents Wash, his debut record for Lex. Predominantly instrumental,
Wash is a lush 6 track ep with sweeping ambient instrumentals underpinned by minimalistic bass lines
alongside Joshua and Shanaz’s vocals contributions which pin point the London influence. His productions
don’t just stir morose vibes, instead they engage in creating an abstract sense of beauty. His synths and vocal parts cling like fog to his crisp percussion. A young talent growing from strength to strength.
1. Park Vista
2. Dark Ages
3. Riding Fine, Twenty Five
5. Dull Reverie
6. Opal/ Forever ft. Joshua Idehen & Shanaz Dorset
American glam metal band Britny Fox established themselves early on as hard-hitting contenders. Their self titled debut album was released to great acclaim and one of the most successful premieres of 1988, winning them Metal Edge Magazines 1988 Reader's Choice Award.
2. Long Way to Love
3. Kick 'n' Fight
4. Save the Weak
5. Fun in Texas
6. Rock Revolution
7. Don't Hide
8. Gudbuy T'Jane
9. In America
10. Hold On
Boys in Heat
1. In Motion
2. Standing in the Shadows
3. Hair of the Dog
4. Livin' on a Dream
5. She's So Lonely
6. Dream On
7. Long Way from Home
8. Plenty of Love
10. Shine On
11. Angel in My Heart
12. Left Me Stray
The third album from Vancouver pop
maestros The New Pornographers
continues to feature Neko Case and Dan
Bejar (Destroyer) as well as new vocalists
Kathryn Calder and Nora O’Connor. Fans
of ‘Mass Romantic’s’ kinkiness will find
immediate appeal, as will those partial to
‘Electric Version’s’ drive.
Yet the songs on ‘Twin Cinema’ veer more
toward the rocking and the personal than
the sugar of the earlier work. Chief
singer / songwriter A.C. Newman has
absorbed not just the mechanics of
classic songwriting - but the heart, while
indulging his admiration of demented
current bands like Fiery Furnaces and
Frog Eyes. Expect to hear influences from
the Moody Blues, Tubeway Army, Wings,
Eno, the Stranglers, 10cc and other
greats, all filtered through Newman’s
warped worldview. A more mature but still
enormously fun record that will see more
touring and promotion than ever before.
1. Twin Cinema
2. The Bones Of An Idol
3. Use It
4. The Bleeding Heart Show
5. Jackie, Dressed In Cobras
6. The Jessica Numbers
7. These Are The Fables
8. Sing Me Spanish Techno
9. Falling Through Your Clothes
10. Broken Breads
11. Three Or Four
12. Star Bodies
13. Streets Of Fire
14. Stacked Crooked
PALE COMMUNION, which was produced by the band’s very own Mikael Åkerfeldt and mixed by longtime collaborator and Porcupine Tree frontman/guitarist Steven Wilson, is heralded by the lead single, “Cusp of Eternity.”
The new material find’s Opeth once again challenging the boundaries of extreme music. In a recent interview with VICE’s Noisey, Akerfeldt stated, “I wanted to do something more melodic with this album… there’s stronger vocal melodies and more melodies overall… I was pretty consistent with that frame of mind throughout the writing process.” Recently, Metal Injection’s Greg Kennelty broke down Opeth’s PALE COMMUNION in a track by track review, exclaiming “This record knows exactly what it's doing and nails it through and through… one of my favorite records of 2014. If not my favorite record of 2014.”
PALE COMMUNION follows 2011’s critically acclaimed HERITAGE which proved a milestone album for Opeth, earning them widespread acclaim and an ever-growing fan following. Debuting Top 20 on the Billboard 200 and racking up numerous ‘Best Of’ accolades in 2011, HERITAGE landed at #2 on both Decibel’s “Top 40 Albums of 2011” and Guitar World’s “Top 50 Albums of 2011” lists.
1. Eternal Rains Will Come
2. Cusp Of Eternity
3. Moon Above, Sun Below
4. Elysian Woes
3. Voice Of Treason
4. Faith In Others
In 1971 & 74, Big Star recorded a pair of critically acclaimed albums. They wrote and recorded sophisticated, meticulously crafted pop songs and played them like true blue rock-and-rollers, with the intensity, the edge, and the grunge deliberately left in.
1. In the Street
2. Don't Lie to Me
3. When My Baby's Beside Me
4. I Am the Cosmos
5. The Ballad of El Goodo
6. Back of a Car
7. Way Out West
8. Daisy Glaze
9. Baby Strange
10. For You
12. September Gurls
13. Thank You Friends
Different Light by The Bangles is their best known album, released in January 1986, it registered platinum in US, UK and Australia. The album contained 5 hit singles; Walk Like an Egyptian, charting at No.1 in US, Germany and Australia and No.3 in the UK. Manic Monday, (written by Prince under the pseudonym Christopher), which became a No.2 hit in the US, UK, Germany and Austria and If She Knew What She Wants, Walking Down Your Street and Following.
1. Manic Monday
2. In a Different Light
3. Walking Down Your Street
4. Walk Like an Egyptian
5. Standing in the Hallway
6. Return Post
7. If She Knew What She Wants
8. Let It Go
9. September Gurls
10. Angels Don't Fall in Love
12. Not Like You
Irish singer Mary Black is well known for deftly combining her Celtic roots with contemporary folk. On this release, she offers another strong set of songs, as she interprets songs from American folk favorite John Gorka ("Treasure Island") and connects with Anglo-folk tradition on the lovely "One Way Donkey Ride" (written by Sandy Denny of Fairport Convention fame). The acoustic instrumentation feature a rich blend of guitars, fiddles, saxophones, and accordions that add a timeless feel to most of her songs. The highlight of the album is "Loving Time", an emotional story of star-crossed lovers told with a bittersweet aching that few artists could deliver so poignantly. While a few songs towards the end of the album suffer from middle-of-the-road, adult easy listening arrangements, Mary Black's voice remains an incredibly expressive instrument that makes this another solid effort.
Mary Black (vocal)
Dave Early (drums, conga, percussion)
Garvan Gallagher (bass)
Frank (vocals, violin, whistle)
Declan Sinnott (guitar, mandolin)
Pat Crowley (keyboards, accordian)
Carl Geraghty (tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone)
Mel Mercier (percussion)
Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh (additional vocals)
Production: Declan Sinnott
About Pure Pleasure
At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.
During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s – or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.
A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.
We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.
We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.
To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.
1. Summer Sent You
2. Flesh and Blood
3. The Loving Time
4. Golden Thread
5. The Holy Ground (Trad)
6. Treasure Island
7. The Holy Ground
8. One Way Donkey Ride
10. Lay Down Your Burden
11. Paper Friends
12. Poison Words
Lost In Alphaville is the long awaited and highly anticipated follow-up to The Rentals’ landmark albums Return of the Rentals and
Seven More Minutes.
When listening to Lost In Alphaville for the first time, one can’t
help but be stoked by the perfect amalgamation of the sonic
components: the dense wall of Slegr’s punishing guitars, the
primal smack of Carney’s drums, Sharp’s driving, distorted
bass and thick buzz of saturated Moog synthesizers -- all
tempered by Laessig’s and Wolfe’s beautifully lush voices and
Chipman’s elegant string arrangements serving as an extremely
rich foundation for the layers and layers of Sharp’s detached,
voyeuristically breathy vocals.
Sharp created a wall of sound so dense and powerful with
arrangements that several songs on the album exceed 200
individually recorded tracks. During this process of arranging,
Sharp would slip into what he described as “euphoric, psychedelic
daydreams.” Sharp says, “If you can’t whip yourself up into a state
of full-blown rapture while you’re creating, I don’t really see the
point of making music.”
Lost In Alphaville is a true sonic achievement, The Rentals’ best
album by a mile, a blissfully righteous storm of broken-up guitars,
buzz-saw synthesizers, brutally, barbaric rhythms which crumble
and crackle against a wash of strings, male and female voices—all
blending into 10 perfectly formed pop songs. Not only have The
Rentals completely surpassed their first two albums, but Sharp
just might be putting forward the best work of his entire career.
1. It’s Time To Come Home
2. Traces Of Our Tears
4. 1000 Seasons
6. Irrational Things
7. Thought Of Sound
8. Song Of Remembering
9. Seven Years
10. The Future
Includes Color 1-Sided 7”, Printed Inner Bag, & 4 Art Prints
FKA twigs is a London-based producer, singer, songwriter, video director, classically trained ballerina, and choreographer. Although Twigs
(as her friends call her) has only officially released 2 EPs to date - one
self-released and one for Young Turks, she has racked up more than 6
million Youtube views for her assorted videos - 2.5 million on the video
for “Water Me” alone.
Currently gracing the covers of both Fader and Dazed magazines, FKA
twigs is one of the most exciting new artists around. She releases her
debut album LP1 via Young Turks - a record that showcases FKA twigs’ acclaimed songwriting and production talents and is
set to be one of the year’s most hotly-anticipated debuts.
News of the album release follows a series of live performances around
the globe (including London, New York, Los Angeles, Berlin and Paris),
all of which sold out within hours of being announced solely via FKA
twigs’ personal Instagram.
2. Lights On
3. Two Weeks
6. Video Girl
9. Give Up
Counting Crows will release their highly-anticipated seventh studio album titled Somewhere Under Wonderland on Capitol
Records. Somewhere Under Wonderland marks the band’s first original material since Saturday Night & Sunday Mornings in 2008.
Known for creating unique and innovative concerts and consistently ranked as one of the top live bands performing today.
Counting Crows - Adam Duritz (vocals), Jim Bogios (drums), David Bryson (guitar), Charlie Gillingham (keyboards), David Immergluck (guitar), Millard
Powers (bass) and Dan Vickrey (guitar) - have sold more than 20 million albums worldwide after exploding onto the music scene with their multiplatinum
breakout album August and Everything After in 1993.
1. Palisades Park
2. Earthquake Driver
4. God Of Ocean Tides
6. Elvis Went To Hollywood
7. Cover Up The Sun
8. John Appleseed’s Lament
9. Possibility Days
"With powder-soft instrumentation draped amidst lilting, hopeful vocals,
Musee Mecanique's 2008 debut Hold This Ghost is music made for days
when reality feels something like a mirage." - Paste
"Portland's Musée Mécanique make baroque pop, heavy with mellotron,
glockenspiel, and accordion. Their album from last year, Hold This Ghost,
is quite lovely." - Brooklyn Vegan
Following their debut, Hold this Ghost, whose immediate melodies and lush
orchestration garnered signi icant press and a devoted listenership
worldwide, Musée Mécanique returns with the ambitious From Shores of
Sleep, a through-composed musical voyage that took 5 years of painstaking
focus. This new material inds its lineage as much in the song-cycles of
Robert Schumann as in its Portland, Oregon folk-rock contemporaries.
Using water as a central image, Musée Mécanique has crafted a story both
surreal and insightful, meticulous and moving, a record about travels and
transitions, of restlessness and longing, and the grief that comes from
leaving things behind.
1. O, Astoria!
2. The Lighthouse and the Hourglass
3. The Open Sea
4. The Man Who Sleeps
5. A Wish We Spoke
6. Castle Walls
7. The World of Silence
8. Along the Shore
9. Cast in the Brine
10. The Shaker’s Cask
When this album was released in 1973 (the same year as the famed "Live" set), Genesis had become one of the fastest-rising groups on the pop scene. The band's blend of classical instincts, theatrical presentation, as well as whimsically complex and daring arrangements established them as leaders of the British progressive rock movement, along with fellow giants Yes, ELP, Pink Floyd, King Crimson, and Jethro Tull. After returning to the studio, these talented musicians continued to labor and experiment. The result of their effort is Selling England by the Pound, considered by some to equal their masterpiece, Lamb Lies Down on Broadway. It was truly a group effort and is still widely-acknowledged as one of the great albums from the 1970s! And in what was perhaps a foreshadowing of things to come, drummer Phil Collins made his vocal debut here on the song, More Fool Me.
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1. More Fool Me
2. Aisle of Plenty
3. The Cinema Show
4. After the Ordeal
5. The Battle of Epping Forest
6. Firth of Fifth
7. I know what You Like
8. Dancing with the Moonlit Knight
NECROPHAGIA finally unleash their fifth full-length unto an expectant world. Killjoy, known as the Godfather of Gore Metal, and his companions in Horror are delighting their dedicated and large fan base with the return to a more old school approach to their very own gut wrenching, brain drilling style of Death Metal. When NECROPHAGIA split in 1987 (despite their tremendous impact in the extreme Metal scene) popular demand and the persistence of Philip Anselmo (DOWN, ex-PANTERA), who joined the band, convinced Killjoy to resurrect his band in the middle of the 1990’s. Ever since all NECROPHAGIA releases scored huge successes with critics and fans alike. “Deathtrip 69” features all their beloved elements such as gruesome movie samples and ripping riffing, as well as guest appearances by Casey Chaos (AMEN) and Maniac (SKITLIV, ex-MAYHEM). NECROPHAGIA will get you!
1. Naturan Demonto
2. Beast with Feral Claws
3. Tomb with a View
4. Suffering Comes in Sixes
5. A Funeral for Solange
7. Bleeding Eyes of the Eternally Damned
8. Trick R' Treat (The Last Halloween)
9. Deathtrip 69
10. Death Valley 69
BENIGHTED unleash their most brutal and technical release with “Asylum Cave”, telling the haunting story of a delusional schizophrenic, obsessed by infamous Austrian abductor Josef Fritzl. Be prepared for this massive onslaught of madness and insanity!
1. Asylum Cave
2. Let the Blood Spill between my Broken Teeth
6. Unborn Infected Children
7. The Cold Remains
8. A Quiet Day
9. Shadows Descend
11. Lethal Merycism
The underground Death/Grind/Gore Metal classic from 1990 has been re-issued in all its gory glory! The album has been re-mastered by Patrick Bruss from Crypticus and includes the infamous "Faceless" EP remastered along with all the old classic artwork, show flyers, photos and more! This is the ultimate vinyl edition of this beloved splatter classic! Uncle Creepy lives yet again!
LP 1 - Ultimo Mondo Cannibale
3. Intense Mortification
4. The Revenge Of The Scabby Man
5. Veneral Warts Part 3
6. Bloody Pit Of Horror
7. Dear Uncle Creepy
8. Bitch Death Teenage Mucous Monster From Hell
10. Jane Fonda Sucks Part 2
11. Red Wigglers
12. Harbinger Of Death
13. Unadulterated Brutality
15. Bad Dreams
16. Who's Fucking Who?
17. Heart Of Illinois
18. My Lai
The 1992 classic is back AGAIN on vinyl after a limited run in 2007 by Hells Headbangers. The second album from the wizards of gore is truly an underground horror/death metal masterpiece! Hells Headbangers Records is proud to bring you the ultimate vinyl edition again with re-mastered sound & deluxe packaging (the packaging & audio is the exact same as the 2007 edition)! An insane package featuring even more insane and detailed liner notes from vocalist Stevo, with descriptions of each song, tons of photos, show flyers, old classic artwork, and an unused cover drawing by Stevo in 1991. This is an essential must own release for long time fans of this incredible band and also for those just hearing about them for the first time!
2. I Work For The Streetcleaner
3. Wizard Of Gore
5. Cannibale Ballet
6. Trap Them And Kill Them
7. Cannibal Lust
8. Defiling The Grave
9. Staph Terrorist
10. Breakfast at the Manchester Morgue
Bloody Steel Colored Vinyl (Red Splatter on Silver Vinyl)
San Diego, CA's finest purveyors of extreme metal, Cattle Decapitation, are planning a series of limited edition vinyl releases for 2014 under the banner "Decade of Decapitation", to celebrate 10 years of releases on Metal Blade Records. The band's entire Metal Blade discography: "To Serve Man" (2002), "Humanure" (2004), "Karma.Bloody.Karma" (2006), "The Harvest Floor" (2009), and "Monolith of Inhumanity" (2012) are all being prepared in lavish gatefolds for release. The colors, handpicked by the band, reflect the concept or color scheme behind each album. Fans will also have the opportunity to pick up a collectable box that comes with an exclusive T-shirt, both with brand new art from longtime Cattle Decapitation cover artist, Wes Benscoter. Additionally, "To Serve Man", the band's debut full-length, and their sophomore effort "Humanure" have been remastered specially for this release. Each vinyl will be released separately in the coming months.
Cattle Decapitation's Travis Ryan adds: "We are very excited to announce the "Decade of Decapitation" reissues! All of our Metal Blade discography has been out of print since right after each release and we're glad we will finally be able to meet some of the demands of the fans with these cool reissues! I've had rare items in my personal collection that came with an empty spot for other items that had to be hunted down in order to be complete, I always thought that was fun and so now we pass the hunt on to our fans! The box art is another quality piece from the great Wes Benscoter which reveals the inside living space of a psychopath hellbent on revenge, the same point of view from which the majority of our lyrics come from."
1. The Gardeners Of Eden
2. A Body Farm
3. We Are Horrible People
4. Tooth Enamel And Concrete
5. The Ripe Beneath The Rind
6. The Product Alive
7. In Axestasy
8. Into The Public Bath
9. The Harvest Floor
10. Regret & The Grave
Wildcat! Wildcat!’s debut full-length, No Moon At All, ties the trio’s indie-pop anthems into a cohesive widescreen vision. Packed with the Los Angeles-based band’s uplifting musicality and angelic harmonies, the ten-track album, which features production from M83’s Morgan Kibby, represents both a major artistic leap and the culmination of the group’s rise since “Mr. Quiche” and their initial run of buzzy singles.
Featuring longtime friends Jesse Taylor (vocals, bass), Michael Wilson (vocals, keys) and Jesse Carmichael (vocals, drums), Wildcat! Wildcat! officially formed in 2012. Their early tracks, available as blog downloads and a single from the tastemaker label Neon Gold, led to the band’s 2013 self-titled debut EP on Downtown Records, which received critical acclaim from NPR, Pitchfork, Time, Stereogum, Nylon, Paste, Huffington Post and more.
In early 2013, Wildcat! Wildcat! was the subject of the Sam Jones-directed documentary Hello Everywhere – a feature that depicted the band’s journey from LA to SXSW for a massive concert with Passion Pit. The group has also toured with Alt-J, Portugal. The Man and MS MR.
On No Moon At All, Wildcat! Wildcat! achieves full headliner status. Its sweeping arc and range create an emotionally-rousing world for the band’s infectious underdog anthems. “Tower” sets the tone with a dreamy build and explosive low-end, while lead single “Hero” mixes the group’s innovative harmonies with dance production and an earworm chorus. “Holloway (Hey, Love),” with its skyrocketing emotions, is sure to play over many-a-movie’s end credits, and “End Of The World Everyday” is a slinky, bold ballad.
1. Tower // W.O.H.L.
2. Garden Grays
3. Up & Beyond
5. End of the World Everyday
6. Holloway (Hey, Love)
7. Circuit Breaker
8. Nothing Below