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Drowners

Drowners

Drowners

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  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: Digital Media

Tracks: 13

Language: English

Total size: 70.27 Mb

Year: 2014

Total price: $1.56

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13
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Matt Hitt's stunning vocals and Drowner's smashing power chords make this album a great buy! Originally hailing from England, Drowner's debut US album is sure to please. The songs are very brash and fresh, with clean-cut power chords and preppy beats. The songs are reminicent of older music, especially "Watch You Change" and "Well People Will Talk." All of the tracks are excellent, but standouts include "Unzip Your Harrington" [a harrington is a type of jacket], "Shell Across the Tongue," and "Luv Hold Me Down." "Luv Hold Me Down" was released as a debut single before the album's release date. Matt Hitt's nasal-y voce and barely detectable British accent make it a very unique album, and although many people don't know the Drowners, once you get to know them, it will grow on you. The album opens with a very catchy guitar motif, that evolves into this really cool riff ("Ways to Phrase a Rejection"), and the songs "Ways to Phrase a Rejection" and "Long Hair" sort of segue into each other, which is quite clever for Drowners to do.

Long story short, if you choose to splurge and buy the album, you'll never regret it.

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