Sunflower Bean - Twentytwo In Blue flac album
Sunflower Bean: Twentytwo deals with the expectations put on you as a young woman, by society and even your boyfriend. Aging out. While the verses express vulnerabilities, the chorus is where the heart is. You will not give up, even when you’re alone and everything feels shitty. It’s not necessarily tongue in cheek, but there is something definitely funny about a beautiful entrance of strings coming in with the lyric busted and used. via Consequence of Sound.
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Album · 2018 · 11 Songs. Quite possibly the photo negative of the New York Trio's difficult second album, Twentytwo in Blue features Sunflower Bean opening up and luxuriating in their prodigious talent. Key to its success is the positioning of Julia Cumming. She’s front and center here, taking the vast majority of lead vocals and dusting the band’s imaginative dream-rock with an unmissable star quality. She’s light and mesmeric on the album’s poppier moments ( I Was a Fool, Twentytwo ) and an impassioned presence when the trio dart confidently towards punky, political edges ( Crisis Fest, Puppet Strings )
NYC trio Sunflower Bean's second album 'Twentytwo In Blue' is brimming with rage, humour and humanity. For a trio in their early ’20s, this album possesses a strikingly sound level of judgement. Not one song feels out of place or undercooked. Even the more lighthearted tracks (like ‘Sinking Sands’, on which guitarist Nick Kivlen sings about his pal Max thinking in comic sans ) feel like they belong, no matter how playful and whimsical the lyrics. With any justice, this’ll be the album that catapults them into being recognised as one of the most important artists in the game. But not to worry: as they croon on ‘Anyway You Like’, time is most definitely on their side
Sunflower Bean's second album, Twentytwo in Blue, was written during two times of upheaval: the bandmembers navigating their early twenties and the first year of the Trump presidency. The young trio returned from touring the world in support of their excellent debut album, Human Ceremony, with an expanded worldview and a desire to write simple, punchy songs that talked honestly about their lives and their feelings about the world.
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When I think of Sunflower Bean’s Twentytwo in Blue, the first thing that comes to mind is lovable. And I swear to you that was before I read frontwoman Julia Cumming making the following statement in a press release for her band’s sophomore album: I think one word that always comes to mind when I think about this record is lovable. This professionalism doesn’t cut against Sunflower Bean’s aims to create a lovable album, but it definitely undermines making one specifically about the experience of being 22- independent, but also busted and used as the quasi-title track puts it, a variant of Taylor Swift describing the same age as miserable and magical. All members of Sunflower Bean are actually 22 and rather than exploring those extremes, Cumming and Kivlen play the most lovable role of all: the level-headed friend who’ll hear you out with no judgment.
Sunflower Bean is an American rock band from Glen Head, New York and Brooklyn founded in 2013. The band consists of Nick Kivlen (lead guitar and vocals), Jacob Faber (drums), and Julia Cumming (bass and lead vocals). The group has released two albums, Human Ceremony (Fat Possum Records, 2016) and Twentytwo in Blue (Mom + Pop Music, 2018). I Was a Fool", the first single released from Sunflower Bean's second album Twentytwo in Blue, debuted on NPR's "Songs We Love" series on November 3, 2017, distributed by Mom + Pop Music in the US and by Lucky Number Music worldwide. The album, due to be released on March 23, 2018, was co-produced by Matthew Molnar.
Twentytwo In Blue – Sunflower Bean. The New York natives have all but excluded the Brooklyn bedroom pop musical movement from affecting their guitar rock origins. Sunflower Bean draw influence from a number of contemporary rock acts, like Black Sabbath, The Smiths, and Tame Impala. Drifting through a sea of neo-psychedelia, melded with post punk and tradition metal, the group embodies a slew of sounds that, once were being defined on Human Ceremony, have now fully become recognized on Twentytwo In Blue
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