Исполнитель: The Sidekicks Альбом: Runners In The Nerved World Год: 2015 Страна: USA (Northeastern, Ohio) Стиль: Indie Rock Битрейт: 268 kbps VBR V0, Lame 3.99r Длительность: 00:40:25 Издатель: Epitaph Records Размер: 74.29 МБ Треклист: 01. Hell Is Warm (03:05) 02. Everything In Twos (02:41) 03. Jesus Christ Supermalls (03:52) 04. The Kid Who Broke His Wrist (03:28) 05. Pet (03:49) 06. Blissfield, MI (02:42) 07. Deer (03:48) 08. Summer Brings You Closer To Satan (03:42) 09. Century Schoolbook Grown-Ups (03:37) 10. Satellite Words And Me (04:02) 11. Spinning Seat (03:52) 12. All Things Run (01:42)
Информация: Cleveland Ohio's The Sidekicks' major label (Epitaph Records) debut! Ace punk-rooted, pop driven indie-rock for fans of The Shins, Cheap Girls, Tigers Jaw, and Manchester Orchestra
Songs like “Deer” and “Jesus Christ Supermalls” are buoyant, melodic anthems, rich with harmonies and elongated hooks, but the once omnipresent sarcasm and thrifty ethos of “punk” are embedded under the surface. It still, above all, retains the bouncy immediacy of their past.
*** Growing up is weird. Very few of us ever end up doing that thing for a living that we imagined we might when we were kids. Even fewer end up doing the same thing for the rest of our lives that we were doing as teenagers, even if that thing happens to be making music with our friends. In the case of The Sidekicks, a teenage affinity for playing propulsive punk rock somehow, against all odds, managed to turn into a full-time life pursuit. After nearly a decade of making noisy rock music, releasing albums on tiny local labels, and incubating in the Cleveland scene, The Sidekicks are ready to meet the waiting world with their Epitaph debut Runners in the Nerved World.
For the recording of Runners in the Nerved World the band— Steve Ciolek (Vocals & Guitar), Matt Climer (Drums), and Ryan Starinsky (Bass)—decamped to Seattle to work with famed indie-rock producer Phil Ek, a pairing that proved to be something of a dream come true for Ciolek. The results, on tracks like “The Kid Who Broke His Wrist” and “Deer,” bring to mind the kind of jangly pop euphoria of early Band of Horses or old Built to Spill records, while “Everything in Twos” is the kind of pop punk jam seemingly tailor made for singing along in a car at peak volume.