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Allison Weiss — New Love (October 2, 2015)

Allison Weiss — New Love (October 2, 2015)

              Allison Weiss — New Love (October 2, 2015)
♠   Her stripped bare honesty sits neatly within brilliant songs, and it’s instantaneously fantastic.
Location: Flowery Branch, GA ~~ Los Angeles, California
Album release: October 2, 2015
Record Label: SideOneDummy Records
Duration:     37:46
01. The Sound      2:38
02. Who We Are      3:35
03. Counting Down      3:47
04. Golden Coast      3:33
05. Back To Me      3:57
06. Good Way      3:40
07. Out Of This Alive      3:37
08. Over You      2:45
09. Motorbike      3:14
10. New Love      3:14
11. The Same      3:54Description:
♠   Ever since the release of her debut album Was Right All Along in 2009, Allison Weiss’ world has been on fire. The album gained immediate notoriety with major media spotlighting Allison’s use of the then brand new concept of crowdfunding. She went on to release the critically–acclaimed follow up Say What You Mean(2013), plus a handful of EPs throughout the years, including her latest release Remember When (2014). The New York Times calls her °strong and impressively tart° while Paste Magazine declares her music °expertly displays the urgency and emotion that can really only be captured by a young artist bent on being earnest and open with her audience.
♠   That air of relatability wafts throughout all the songs on New Love, Allison’s new record available worldwide on October 2. It was inspired by Weiss’s recent move to Los Angeles and, wait for it... a new love. The change in geographic scenery can be heard in Golden Coast, which was co–written with fellow folk–rocker Jenny Owen Youngs, and tackles the trepidation that often comes with making a major life change that’s necessary but nerve wracking nevertheless. Then there’s Back To Me, which is the kind of hopeful pop song with upbeat melodies but heartbreaking lyrics about the one who got away and, sadly, isn’t ever coming back. Most striking is the album’s anthem and standout single, °Who We Are,° a complicated and cognizant ode to equality and acceptance that’s just begging for you to sing along.Review
Heather McDaid;  Rating: ★★★★★
♠   “It’s a pattern I’ve always found, I get messed up, I write it down.” It’s this sincere lyricism that strikes through immediately from Allison Weiss; even in candyfloss–sweet moments she keeps it startlingly real, from the one that got away to the emptiness good advice can hold when you need it most. Her stripped bare honesty sits neatly within brilliant songs, and it’s instantaneously fantastic, only getting better as you listen more.
♠   Allison Weiss is just divine. Her lyrics are each a journey in themselves, her crystal clear vocals piercing straight through to the consciousness of the listener, tugging at the strings to which they can relate. You’re invested in the darker moments of ‘Out of this Alive’, and euphoric when ‘Who We Are’ takes the fore with its infectious optimism. ♠   http://www.upsetmagazine.com/
Kevin Rettie  October 2, 2015
♠   http://www.fortheloveofpunk.com/review-allison-weiss-new-love/
Bandcamp: http://allisonweiss.bandcamp.com/album/new-love
Website: http://www.allisonw.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/allisonweiss
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allisonweissmusic♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠   

Allison Weiss — New Love (October 2, 2015)


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