Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by username, May 23, 2019.
This is the only album I've been able to stop "i, i" for.. That's some high praise.
Huge possibility this is AOTY
Called it ;)
Sofia reminds me so much of the Strokes, but I can't figure out which song ugh
Edit: Slow Animals or Happy Ending?
I’ve been going through the exact same thing. Haha
This is so good. Some of it takes me back to the first time I've listened to Now, Now's Threads or Daughter's early stuff. I'll have to revisit the EPs later.
I’m sure there’s a better reference point for this but I swear “Sofia” sounds like it would fit perfectly on The Strokes’ Comedown Machine
Yes. The guitars are very Strokes-esque in general, and the melody and chord structure is very similar to One Way Trigger.
It took me a while to figure that out lol
It’s definitely like a slower One Way Trigger
“One Way Trigger” is such an underrated Strokes song.
That Alewife melody is just ridiculous. I still hum the opening line to myself about 325 times a day.
CD came a few days ago!
...There's no lyrics booklet.
That song is awesome
I love how the Mura Masa collaboration alternates between pop-country in the verses before morphing into a blown out club track/pop banger for the chorus. I stan.
Still not over how smoooooooooooth this record is
Look who I met tonight! (Excuse my bad smile I’m terrible at smiling)
I think your smile is quite alright my guy!!
Yeah @ItsAndrew you look happy as fuck and it's beautiful
When you genuinely smile or laugh it’s not just your mouth reacting but you entire face and most importantly your eyes, usually by squinting slightly (or more of it’s like a big laugh or whatever). So if you ever need to fake a genuine smile, practice not just moving your mouth but your eyes as well. Or basically just practice a fake laugh and to get your face in the “right” position just do like a single laugh quietly so nobody hears but enough to tense the correct muscles.
Guy who hated having his picture taken growing up because he always felt awkward fake smiling
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