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Bewilder // From the Eyrie LP [COLOR]

Bewilder // From the Eyrie LP [COLOR]

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This is a record released by British emo duo Bewilder from North Carolina, USA indie label Sound As Language / Tine Engines in October 2023.

Contains 8 emo rock songs with sad arpeggio guitar. It is a 180g weight disc.

Recommended for those who like American Football.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Sound As Language / Tiny Engine releases available at Tobira. 

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Available on 12" maroon vinyl or 12"clear vinyl. 

tracklist:

1. Heavy Sweater 03:02
2. By The River 04:16
3. Twin Lakes 03:42
4. Way Away 04:23
5. Breaking 04:37
6. Home 04:21
7. An Education 04:48
8.Cooperative 01:57

Text excerpt by Zac Djamoos via the label:

"... To be sure, there are those reference points–American Football, Mineral, Carissa's Wierd–but the whole is far more than the sum of its influences. The strings that flesh out the single “Breaking” give it a feeling entirely its own, and while the cascading arpeggios that open “Heavy Sweater” might call other bands to mind, there's a warmth to these songs that sets them apart from anything else in the emo canon. Maybe it's Wilkinson's background in folk music that does it, his fixation on the pastoral and naturalistic. It colors “Home,” for sure, a song that mixes the sparse acoustics of traditional folk music with the jangling and twinkling of emo. “That's the song with the most nostalgic feeling,” the band notes, the song that best sums up the album's twin themes of nature and nostalgia. “My childhood holidays were remote places in the UK,” Brooks shares, “so my safest place is in nature.” And From the Eyrie captures the feeling of being awed by rolling hills , lush fields, and seemingly never-ending oceans that so accompanies childhood. These aren't just songs about childlike feelings of wonder; they embody those feelings. “We're made up of little parts of everyone we've ever known,” Brooks sings at the start of the record, “and every time we make a new friend we re-assess what we can change.” Right upfront he gives the mission statement of the record, both thematically and musically. From the Eyrie has the comfort of a record you've loved your whole life in a package that feels wholly new."

Artist: Bewilder

Label: Tiny Engines

CAT No: TE203

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This is a record released by British emo duo Bewilder from North Carolina, USA indie label Sound As Language / Tine Engines in October 2023.

Contains 8 emo rock songs with sad arpeggio guitar. It is a 180g weight disc.

Recommended for those who like American Football.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Sound As Language / Tiny Engine releases available at Tobira. 

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Available on 12" maroon vinyl or 12"clear vinyl. 

tracklist:

1. Heavy Sweater 03:02
2. By The River 04:16
3. Twin Lakes 03:42
4. Way Away 04:23
5. Breaking 04:37
6. Home 04:21
7. An Education 04:48
8.Cooperative 01:57

Text excerpt by Zac Djamoos via the label:

"... To be sure, there are those reference points–American Football, Mineral, Carissa's Wierd–but the whole is far more than the sum of its influences. The strings that flesh out the single “Breaking” give it a feeling entirely its own, and while the cascading arpeggios that open “Heavy Sweater” might call other bands to mind, there's a warmth to these songs that sets them apart from anything else in the emo canon. Maybe it's Wilkinson's background in folk music that does it, his fixation on the pastoral and naturalistic. It colors “Home,” for sure, a song that mixes the sparse acoustics of traditional folk music with the jangling and twinkling of emo. “That's the song with the most nostalgic feeling,” the band notes, the song that best sums up the album's twin themes of nature and nostalgia. “My childhood holidays were remote places in the UK,” Brooks shares, “so my safest place is in nature.” And From the Eyrie captures the feeling of being awed by rolling hills , lush fields, and seemingly never-ending oceans that so accompanies childhood. These aren't just songs about childlike feelings of wonder; they embody those feelings. “We're made up of little parts of everyone we've ever known,” Brooks sings at the start of the record, “and every time we make a new friend we re-assess what we can change.” Right upfront he gives the mission statement of the record, both thematically and musically. From the Eyrie has the comfort of a record you've loved your whole life in a package that feels wholly new."

Artist: Bewilder

Label: Tiny Engines

CAT No: TE203