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mewithoutYOU makes their Run For Cover debut with Pale Horses. Y'all know this is just my opinion, right? What did you think of this album? Love it? Hate it?

Pale Horses is the sixth studio album by American indie rock band mewithoutYou. The artwork was painted in 1978 by longtime collaborator Vasily Kafanov, who also painted the artwork for the band's previous five albums. Music by mewithoutYou, lyrics by Aaron Weiss.

Produced by Will Yip. Album Pale Horses. Pale horse songs of a slow decline Sideshow words if the songs don't mind A few more lines, 'the oil and the wine' I thought I'd left that all behind. About the lyrical style of this album: This time around with writing I tried to avoid having a single theme that ran across the entire album, simply because I didn’t want to repeat the last approach. I also didn’t want it to be a total hodgepodge of non-related content, which is what some of our earlier albums were. I tried to split the difference, where I picked a few different themes and separated them.

Pale Horses by mewithoutYou, released 16 June 2015 1. Pale Horse 2. Watermelon Ascot 3. D-Minor 4. Mexican War Streets 5. Red Cow 6. Dorothy 7. Blue Hen 8. Lilac Queen 9. Magic Lantern Days 10. Birnam Wood 11. Rainbow Signs. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Limited to 3000 Copies. Includes unlimited streaming of Pale Horses via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 4 days.

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Pale Horses, which you can stream in its entirety below, is no different-it’s just as fervent, just as inspired by faith and God, just as wordy as the band has always been. It also, however, presents something of a cross section of the band’s career to date, veering from the insistent and hypnotic spirituality of, say, D-Minor or Blue Hen to the expansive and experimental closer Rainbow Signs

mewithoutYou have arguably spent their career as a group of below-the-radar underdogs. Their peers and former tour-mates like the currently inactive Thrice and the legendary Brand New sell out large clubs in days (if not hours, or even minutes) while mewithoutYou largely continues to dominate the bar scene across the United States and beyond

Pale Horses, the group’s sixth studio album, is a haunting trip. Like they’ve done in the past, mewithoutYou has put together complex and intricate record of an inexplicably remarkable quality. It’s tough to classify mewithoutYou, as they possess a range of ability in spoken word, post-hardcore, indie rock, and folk styles. While their most recent work has leaned on the melodic and indie side of the scale, Pale Horses is a grittier affair. Like most of its predecessors, Pale Horses delivers from front-to-back, tightly packed and free of any filler. There is nothing in the way of the cathartic January 1979, but building and crashing rhythm sections under prominent guitar accompaniments that lead the mood of the melodies. On Watermelon Ascot, the guitars can shift from walls of sound to airy melodies that move to the beat of the rising and falling drum patterns.

On Pale Horses, seek a comfortable spot between weighty post-hardcore and artful indie rock introspection, but ultimately sound suppressed. a b Breslin, Jay (July 1, 2015). mewithoutYou Confronts Karma on Pale Horses". Retrieved November 11, 2016 Pale Horses, the band molds their art rock and post-hardcore aesthetics. "15 Years of mewithoutYou - Submerge Magazine - Music + Art + Lifestyle - Page 15059". Retrieved August 11, 2017.

mewithoutYou - Pale Horses FLAC album
Pale Horses
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