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  • Date: 21-01-2014, 11:54
21-01-2014, 11:54

The New Mendicants - Into The Lime (2014)

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The New Mendicants - Into The Lime (2014)
Title Of Album: Into The Lime
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: XPT Records
Genre: Alternative, Indie Rock
Quality: mp3
Total Length: 00:31:47
Bitrate: 320kbps
Total Size: ~ 85 Mb

Artist: The New Mendicants


01 Sarasota
02 A Very Sorry Christmas
03 Cruel Annette
04 Follow You Down
05 Shouting Match
06 If Only You Knew Her
07 High On the Skyline
08 By the Time It Gets Dark
09 Out of the Lime
10 Lifelike Hair

You don't have to be a genius to guess what a collaboration between Joe Pernice (Scud Mountain Boys, Pernice Brothers) and Norman Blake (Teenage Fanclub) is going to sound like. Might there be ringing guitars? There very well might be. Could there be an undertow of melancholy? Indeed. And will there be harmonies on the choruses? Naturally. Although all the songs are credited to both, plus drummer Mike Belitsky, half the fun comes from guessing who's the lead writer on the songs, even though Pernice sings almost all the leads. Sarasota and If You Only Knew Her have the stately despair characteristic of Pernice's writing; Cruel Annette and Shouting Match have the playfulness one associates with Blake (and the latter has the windswept, interweaving lead guitars that crop up all over Fanclub records). The project began as an attempt to soundtrack a movie adaptation of Nick Hornby's A Long Way Down, and what appears to be one of those songs is one of the highlights. High Above the Skyline swoops and soars, precise and perfectly measured, both downcast and hopeful.

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