Palehound - A Place I'll Always Go album flac
|If You Met Her|
|At Night I'm Alright With You|
|PRC-333||Palehound||A Place I'll Always Go (LP, Album, Ltd, Pin)||Polyvinyl Record Company||PRC-333||US||2017|
|PRC-333||Palehound||A Place I'll Always Go (CD, Album)||Polyvinyl Record Company||PRC-333||US||2017|
|PRC-333||Palehound||A Place I'll Always Go (Cass, Album)||Polyvinyl Record Company||PRC-333||US||2017|
|PRC-333||Palehound||A Place I'll Always Go (LP, Pin)||Polyvinyl Record Company||PRC-333||US||2017|
The sophomore album from Boston trio Palehound, A Place I'll Always Go, is a frank look at love and loss, cushioned by indelible hooks and gently propulsive.
A Place I'll Always Go (Vinyl) by Palehound - The sophomore album from Boston trio Palehound, A Place I'll Always Go, is a frank look at love and loss, cushioned by indelible hooks and gently propulsive, fuzzed-out rock.
Palehound examine the intricacies of friendship and partnership all throughout Black Friday, handling the subject with a level of attention rarely found in . Co-produced by Kempner and Gabe Wax (Beirut, Soccer Mommy), Black Friday follows 2017’s A Place I’ll Always Go-a widely acclaimed release that landed on many year-end best-of lists. In creating the album, Kempner and her bandmates Jesse Weiss (drums) and Larz Brogan (bass) recorded at Panoramic House in Stinson Beach, California, tracking most of the songs live and breathing a new vitality into Palehound’s elegantly detailed sound.
Too often, a more polished sound can sterilize a garage band, but in the case of this album, it seems to have done the exact opposite. Kempner has discovered the perfect packaging in which to display her tales of insecurity. Several of these tracks, particularly the lovelorn trifecta of Carnations into Room into If You Met Her, could easily find a substantial amount of radioplay if they fell into the right hands.
Album A Place I'll Always Go. Carnations Lyrics. They're still in love with their ex And I'm not feeling my best This is a bad combination. Cause I've been dreaming I might Just up and bail on this plight And maybe go on vacation. Pack up my shit in the dark And if the car doesn't start It spares us both conversations. I take a train down the coast And disappear on a boat To live on berries and kiwis.
A lot of Palehound's last album, 2017’s A Place I'll Always Go, took place indoors. Bandleader Ellen Kempner set her scenes in bedrooms and in grocery stores, singing tightly wound vocal melodies over wiry, anxious guitar riffs. On the Boston band's third album, Kempner breaks down the walls. Black Friday reaches far toward the hazy horizon, letting the nervous energy of Palehound's first two LPs mount and unspool. Kempner wrote many of the songs on A Place I’ll Always Go during a period of grief after a close friend passed away
Ellen Kempner started Palehound as a freshman at Sarah Lawrence, and soon after dropped out of school and moved to and settled down in Boston, all of which led up to the release of her first full-length, 2015’s Dry Food. As her band became more established over the last couple of years, Kempner went through some major life changes that fueled the creation of her second album, A Place I’ll Always Go, which comes out in June
Palehound is the latest project from Yonkers, NY based singer/songwriter extraordinaire Ellen Kempner. I've very late to the party but I love A Place I'll Always Go and Flowing Over is simply and awesome track. 17 Apr 2017, 11:29am. Dry food is very good! I'm loving it.
Boston indie rockers Palehound have released a new single, Room, off of their forthcoming sophomore album A Place I’ll Always Go -listen below. Compared to the album’s first single Flowing Over, the second track is more relaxed, even sweet. Vocalist Ellen Kempner dials down her fierce vocals in favor of a more whispery, grungy vibe. Room is about first love, and how to find the light at the end of a tunnel. In a statement, Kempner explains that the forthcoming album is about personal growth and evolution in the face of tragedy.
Palehound is the lo-fi indie rock project of Boston-based singer/songwriter and guitarist Ellen Kempner. Kempner came to music early, writing her first songs at the age of ten. Citing influences like Elliott Smith, Angel Olsen, and Kim Deal, her songs are confessional and often caustic with a wry, offbeat edge. While studying music at New York's Sarah Lawrence College, she released her debut EP, Bent Nail, on Exploding in Sound Records. After switching over to Polyvinyl in early 2017, Palehound followed up with A Place I'll Always Go, a reflective album about love and loss.