Signals Midwest - At This Age (September 2, 2016)

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by SayHello, Aug 22, 2016.

  1. SayHello

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    Signals Midwest, hailing for Cleveland, Ohio is set to release their third LP on September 2, 2016 via Tiny Engines. The singles have been excellent, is anyone else as excited for this release as I am?

    Signals Midwest - At This Age Pre-Order
     
  2. cwhit

    goomba Prestigious

    i got this in my inbox, should listen. probably will wait for streaming services though
     
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  3. Michael Schmidt

    Don't recreate the scene, or reinvent the meanings Supporter

    Hoping to make their record release show at the Grog Shop.
     
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  5. SayHello

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  6. teebs41

    Bah Supporter

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  7. smoke4thecaper

    hold on, let me catch my breath Supporter

    I remember their first album never stuck w/ me, but I'm always down to give them another shot. Tiny Engines continually has a roster of bands I'm always down to give a chance.
     
  8. SayHello

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    The new album is much, much more accessible than their previous couple.
     
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  9. teebs41

    Bah Supporter

    bought the album and they allowed me to download it immediately. Great 6 bucks. This is such a pleasant surprise really loving it
     
  10. Dave Diddy

    Keep all of your oxygen. Hand me the nitrous gas

    I'm really enjoying this. I think the title track is my favorite. I love the opening to that song.

    I spent some time combing contact lists
    For somebody who might know
    How to traverse the terrain and the traffic
    Without getting lost in the glow of a phone
    How do we align all the stars in our eyes
    And whether it's worth an attempt to follow them home
     
  11. cwhit

    goomba Prestigious

    this reminds me a lot more of you blew it than this band ever had before. them combined with sundials is basically this album to a t, haha