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Desperate Journalist — Grow Up (March 24, 2017)

Desperate Journalist — Grow Up (March 24, 2017)

           Desperate Journalist — Grow Up (March 24, 2017) Desperate Journalist — Grow Up (March 24, 2017)→     Glowering indiegoth melody crunchers Desperate Journalist recently played their biggest headline show to date at the Scala in Kings Cross as well as completing a triumphant German tour. Their terrific second album Grow Up is out now.Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Location: London, UK
Genre: Post punk, indie rock
Album release: March 24, 2017
Record Label: Fierce Panda
Duration:     44:53
Tracks:
01. Hollow     5:45 
02. Resolution     3:06 
03. Be Kind     3:40 
04. All Over     4:33 
05. Purple     4:26 
06. Why Are You So Boring?     2:35 
07. Lacking In Your Love     5:14 
08. Your Genius     4:11 
09. I Try Not To     3:37 
10. Oh Nina     4:22 
11. Radiating     3:24
Producer: Desperate Journalist, Keith TOTP
Production:
→     Jonny Solway — engineering
→     Jonny Solway with Desperate Journalist — mixing
→     Pete Maher — mastering
Members:
→     Jo Bevan: vocals
→     Simon Drowner: bass guitar
→     Rob Hardy: guitar
→     Caroline Helbert: drums
Review
Album Review by Gary Kaill | 20 Mar 2017 | Score: *****
→     In a garden, a teenage Jo Bevan faces the camera. The dappled sunlight and party dress are immediately at odds with her band~to~be’s brooding aesthetic. And yet, the second Desperate Journalist album is packaged not for laughs but with sombre recognition that, even as a child, you can see the trials of life rolling your way. Bevan is almost expressionless, staring into the future. Grow Up. You should always judge an album by its cover.
→     This time around, the London~based four~piece stretch and strive, and mould legacy materials with adroit artistry. Underpinned by the stark poetry of Bevan’s lyrics and guitarist Rob Hardy’s melodic enterprise, the likes of “All Over” (‘I wandered through battlements of birthday cards’) and “I Try Not To” (‘Happily I’ve lost my nerve / To give myself the kicking I probably deserve’) twitch and spark. Elsewhere, potent anthems (“Lacking in Your Love”) and tender balladry (“Radiating”) confirm an expanding palette and a deepening song craft.
→     Throughout, Grow Up is a bracing and vital antidote to genre norms, and shares a worldview that nourishes both heart and head. A huge undertaking, a staggering achievement.
Listen to: All Over, Why Are you So Boring?
→     http://www.theskinny.co.uk/
Website: https://desperatejournalist.co.uk/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DesperateJournalist
Bandcamp: https://desperatejournalist.bandcamp.com/album/grow-up
Label: http://www.fiercepanda.co.uk/
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Desperate Journalist — Grow Up (March 24, 2017)

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