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Vinyl LP pressing. You, Me, & The Violence is the latest masterpiece from Birds in Row, the melodic and abrasive band from Laval, France. The album explodes out of the gates with "Pilori," a sonic crash and bang statement of personal independence among with society's faults and fractures. Birds in Row then continue down this road, expressing disdain and struggle in songs like "Cages," "Guillotine" and "Walter Freeman." All of them musically harboring a beautiful tangle of emotional vocals and distortion. And just when it feels like the album is almost too overpowering, Birds in Row unfurl a moment of musical clarity in "Last Last Chance," a haunting guitar and vocal break. Their collective control of their dynamics is masterful work. "You, Me, & The Violence" and "Grey Hair" are near perfect examples of this, naturally shifting between searing and serene in tone. If you weren't in awe of Birds in Row in the first eleven songs, the twelve minute closer "Lovers Have Their Say" will leave you floored, as it is an ominous epic that artistically unwinds in truly spectacular fashion.
Vinyl LP pressing. You, Me, & The Violence is the latest masterpiece from Birds in Row, the melodic and abrasive band from Laval, France. The album explodes out of the gates with "Pilori," a sonic crash and bang statement of personal independence among with society's faults and fractures. Birds in Row then continue down this road, expressing disdain and struggle in songs like "Cages," "Guillotine" and "Walter Freeman." All of them musically harboring a beautiful tangle of emotional vocals and distortion. And just when it feels like the album is almost too overpowering, Birds in Row unfurl a moment of musical clarity in "Last Last Chance," a haunting guitar and vocal break. Their collective control of their dynamics is masterful work. "You, Me, & The Violence" and "Grey Hair" are near perfect examples of this, naturally shifting between searing and serene in tone. If you weren't in awe of Birds in Row in the first eleven songs, the twelve minute closer "Lovers Have Their Say" will leave you floored, as it is an ominous epic that artistically unwinds in truly spectacular fashion.
020286198246
Birds In Row - You Me & The Violence [Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DEATHWISH INC
Rel. Date: 02/05/2016
UPC: 020286198246

You Me & The Violence [Vinyl]
Artist: Birds In Row
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $20.99
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DISC: 1

1. Pilori
2. There Is Only One Chair In This Room
3. Cages
4. Guillotine
5. Walter Freeman
6. Last Last Chance
7. You, Me & The Violence
8. Grey Hair
9. Cold War Everyday
10. The Illusionist
11. Police & Thieves
12. Lovers Have Their Say

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Vinyl LP pressing. You, Me, & The Violence is the latest masterpiece from Birds in Row, the melodic and abrasive band from Laval, France. The album explodes out of the gates with "Pilori," a sonic crash and bang statement of personal independence among with society's faults and fractures. Birds in Row then continue down this road, expressing disdain and struggle in songs like "Cages," "Guillotine" and "Walter Freeman." All of them musically harboring a beautiful tangle of emotional vocals and distortion. And just when it feels like the album is almost too overpowering, Birds in Row unfurl a moment of musical clarity in "Last Last Chance," a haunting guitar and vocal break. Their collective control of their dynamics is masterful work. "You, Me, & The Violence" and "Grey Hair" are near perfect examples of this, naturally shifting between searing and serene in tone. If you weren't in awe of Birds in Row in the first eleven songs, the twelve minute closer "Lovers Have Their Say" will leave you floored, as it is an ominous epic that artistically unwinds in truly spectacular fashion.
        
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