Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by cwhit, Feb 6, 2018.
I didn’t think there was. If Teebs meant something else I’m sorry
Anyway...I enjoy this album.
I’d never listened to Half Waif until a few months back when @ImAMetaphor introduced me to Probable Depths.
this thread is bad
let’s all just listen to Kate Bush and be happy because that’s pretty apparent it’s a huge influence and she’s the queen
I’m glad to have been of service
This is the second best album of the year and Lavender Burning is probably my favorite song of the year. Had a real moment to it last night.
I miss New York
That’s the loneliest feeling
New York isn’t New York without you love
I was at their show so yea I knew they toured together... lots of artist tour together doesn’t mean they support each other after the tour.
Lol I just saw the mention and thought I would share it.. didn’t expect this to turn into a thing.. but here we are.
What’s your #1 so far?
his record coming out on Friday
This album is very good.
Dig this quite a bit, some of it reminds me of late era Sigur Ros (of all things). Like "Torches" definitely gives me Kveikur-vibes.
This was an ok first listen. Might return to it
Lilac House is one of my favorite things I’ve heard this year
Very eager to see her again tonight. This album has quickly become a thing of solace for me.
This is really, really good. Torches, especially the intro, reminds me so much of The Postal Service. Salt Candy might be my favorite tho.
She put on an incredible show last night. Pretty small turnout but it made for a very intimate show. Mostly Lavender tracks, some stuff from form/a. If anyone gets the chance to see this tour, take it. Hovvdy blew me away and probably put on the better set tbh. Their new album is going extremely overlooked.
This is absolutely gorgeous. Already their best work, and it isn’t close.
Heard a fair amount of Half Waif prior to Lavender & nothing seemed to click w/ me, so I put off giving this a spin for a couple weeks. Finally gave it a listen Saturday morning and started bawling before “Lavender Burning” ended. I haven’t reacted that strongly to first hearing a record since JB’s Sprained Ankle was released.
This whole album is gorgeous & I can’t stop listening.