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The Clientele - Music for the Age of Miracles mp3 download

Performer: The Clientele
Title: Music for the Age of Miracles
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Pop,Chamber Pop
Location: Bark Studio
Duration: 47:38
Released: September 22, 2017
Size MP3 version: 1291 mb
Size FLAC version: 1878 mb
Size WMA version: 1527 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 775
Format: WAV DMF WMA AAC APE ADX
Genre: Pop Rock

The Clientele - Music for the Age of Miracles mp3 download


Опубликовано: 15 июн. 2017 г. From the album Music for the Age of Miracles, out September 22, 2017 on Merge Records.

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Album Music for the Age of Miracles. The Age of Miracles Lyrics. Swallows wheel from sun-bleached eaves Trucks glow on peripheries Light the lamps, the empty house is falling. Turning corners into light Turning corners into light Light the lamps, the empty house is falling. In the age of miracles, well all that you hear Is the sound of the wind The wind in the elds (Drinking in days and days of summer light) Wake up in the night time with the silence so close Hear the same loving ghost (The same loving ghost) That you heard as a boy (Days and days of summer light) Lately. I’ve been living like I’m so far away Like I’m somebody else In some other place Now the year is turning and the eeriness comes To the boughs of the elms To the faces I love Headlights move on tree-lined roads Nativity plays The dance of our days The dance of our days The dance of our days.

Music for the Age of Miracles. More than ever, the human experience is tangible through their music, and they manage to create those unmaintainable moments of joy that can, in a moment or a movement, dissolve into something else entirely; a memory of something long forgotten, a vision of your inconsequentiality in the world, a realisation that everything is temporary. This album, more than any punk tune, is the sound of the suburbs; rather than being from the suburbs, it sounds like the suburbs. If you think that’s no recommendation, just hear it. There is beauty here, and sadness, and peril, and deep, deep soul.

Cover Art. Tracklist. Digital Media 1. 1. The Neighbour.

Of the album's 12 tracks, three are brief instrumental interludes with mythical titles - "Lyra in April", "Lyra in October", and "North Circular Days". It actually sounds like it's going to be a hard left for this band, but in come the trumpets, harps, and vocals alluding to empty faces and empty houses  . That makes all the difference with a group like the Clientele and Music for the Age of Miracles puts them right back where they were, where they belonged all along.

The Clientele Diğer Albümleri. Music for the Age of Miracles (Deluxe Version). Everything You See Tonight Is Different from Itself. A Sense of Falling: Strange Geometry Outtakes. I Can't Seem) To Make You Mine. Alone and Unreal: The Best of the Clientele. Alone and Unreal: The Best of the Clientele (Deluxe Version). Bonfires on the Heath.

London indie-rock veterans The Clientele are returning, after a seven-year-absence, with Music for the Age of Miracles. The record is out on Merge Records on September 22. They’ve also released the first single from the album in lyric video form, the typically and appealingly lazy/hazy Lunar Days, a romantic tune with the threat of a monster hanging over it. The art and full tracklist for the album, featuring titles which read like they could be referring to Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials, is below

They then recorded the album God Save The Clientele with producer Mark Nevers, known for his work with Merge labelmates Lambchop; the album again featured several Louis Philippe-composed string arrangements. God Save The Clientele was released in May 2007 in the United States. Bonfires on the Heath followed in October 2009, and Minotaur, a Mini-LP, was released on 17 July 2010. The band announced that it would reunite for a lone gig at The Bell House in Brooklyn on 21 March 2014. On 16 June 2017, the band announced a new album, Music for the Age of Miracles, and a tour.

The Clientele have announced a new album called Music for the Age of Miracles, out September 22 via Merge. It marks the band’s first new record in seven years, following 2010’s mini-LP Minotaur. The new album features cover art from the late British painter Carel Weight, who depicts a picture of London’s Russell Square at twilight, according to a press release. Frontman Alasdair Maclean describes the image as things on the edge of sight. The Clientele: 09-22 London, UK - Oslo 10-31 Toronto, Ontario - Great Hall 11-02 Washington, DC - Rock & Roll Hotel 11-03 Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle 11-04 Boston, MA - The Sinclair 11-05 Brooklyn, NY - The Bell House 11-07 Chicago, IL - Subterranean 11-09 Seattle, WA - Neumos 11-10 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios 11-12 San Francisco, CA - The Chapel. 11-14 Los Angeles, CA - Teragram Ballroom. Watch the Clientele perform on Pitchfork.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Neighbor The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 5:10
2 Lyra in April Mark Keen The Clientele 1:31
3 Lunar Days The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 4:13
4 Constellations Echo Lanes The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 6:33
5 Everything You See Tonight Is Different From Itself The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 6:39
6 Lyra in October Mark Keen The Clientele 0:41
7 Everyone You Meet The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 4:18
8 The Circus The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 3:57
9 Falling Asleep The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 3:43
10 The Museum of Fog The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 4:11
11 North Circular Days Mark Keen The Clientele 1:48
12 The Age of Miracles The Clientele / Alasdair MacLean The Clientele 4:54

Credits

Barbara Bartz - Violin
Leon Beckenham - Soloist, Trumpet
Freddie Bois - Trumpet
The Clientele - Composer, Primary Artist
Anne Gray - Engineer
Anthony Harmer - Bass Arrangement, Beats, Conductor, Engineer, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Piano, Santur, Saz, String Arrangements, Vocals
Joyce Efia Harmer - Descant Recorder
James Hornsey - Bass
Mark Keen - Arranger, Composer, Drum, Percussion, Piano
Mary Lattimore - Harp
Jeff Lipton - Mastering
Alasdair MacLean - Arranger, Composer, Guitar, Tape, Vocals
Sebastian Millett - Cello
Daniel Murphy - Design
Lupe Núñez-Fernández - Vocals
Brian O'Shaughnessy - Engineer
Dave Oxley - French Horn
Maria Rice - Assistant Mastering Engineer
Marie Rilke - Quotation Author
Siegfried Sassoon - Adaptation
Shuta Shinoda - Engineer
Chris Taylor - Score
Carel Weight - Cover Painting
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For me it's truly a transcendent experience. Alasdair is always reaching for that, but it's poetic transcendence; your vision and point of view is changed via the power of the metaphor. Place and time are conjured out of nowhere. We ponder beauty and music and love, and are reminded that they are the old Gods, returning to save us and tell us what is important. That's the kind of band this is, that's the kind of album this is.