Girlpool - Before The World Was Big - 2015 indie Folk Punk Duo Yellow Vinyl 180 Grm LP

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Girlpool - Before The World Was Big

Label: Wichita
Cat#: WEBB450LP
Format: 180 Grm Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Yellow
Country: UK
Released: 01 Jun 2015
Genre: Rock
Style: Indie Rock, Folk Rock


A1 Ideal World
A2 Dear Nora
A3 Before The World Was Big
A4 Chinatown
A5 Cherry Picking

B1 Magnifying Glass
B2 Crowded Stranger
B3 Pretty
B4 Emily
B5 I Like That You Can See It

Art – Jaxon Demme
Recorded And Mixed By – Kyle Gilbride At Wherever Audio
Written By – Cleo and Harmony
© 2015 Wichita Recordings Ltd,
under exclusive license to [PIAS]. Copyright Control.
All Rights Reserved. Made in the EU.
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Barcode: 5055036214506

Girlpool is a folk punk band from Los Angeles, California. Its members are Cleo Tucker (guitar, vocals) and Harmony Tividad (bass, vocals). The band does not have a drummer.

Before The World Was Big is the debut album by Girlpool and follows their critically acclamed self-titled EP, released on Wichita Recordings in 2014. Girlpool will be touring extensively in 2015 including shows at SXSW and a support tour with Waxahatchee. The band were named Musical Artist To Watch in 2015 by New York Times.

Definitely one of the best albums of the year. Check out the title track or "Ideal World,"

I've not previously run into a band with just guitar and bass and then with mainly dual female vocals. Course, it's more than that, in the end, all bands are, at their core, the songs they've written. Girlpool have the ability, the willingness, to open themselves, to be vulnerable for the sake of their art. It's impossible to tell if their lyrics are true to life or inspired by it or straight fiction. We'd have to ask them. But, as with all great art, write what you know. I hear stories in their songs about lives of young women in the modern era even if they betray fallibility on their parts. The instrumentation is so successful I was caught off guard when the song Emily came on. I began to get choked up. I knew why. It was purely from the particular music created by the instruments. Somehow, someway, some few songs can dig deep into a person and pluck an emotion.

Girlpool - Dear Nora

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Girlpool - Dear Nora

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Condition New
Format LP
Label Wichita