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Sweet Jean — Monday To Friday (Friday 13th May, 2016)

Sweet Jean — Monday To Friday (Friday 13th May, 2016)

  Sweet Jean — Monday To Friday (Friday 13th May, 2016)
–♦–  “In the past we’ve written about other people in other times and places, and for this album we wanted to stay in the here and now and write about some of the significant and insignificant things that are rolling around us.”Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Album release: May 13th, 2016
Record Label: ABC Music
Genre: Indie Pop, Indie Folk
Duration:     33:13
Tracks:
01. Everything Changes      2:53
02. Main Street      3:12
03. Bird of Prey      2:39
04. Slow      4:05
05. NYD      3:49
06. I See Stars      2:54
07. Still Here      3:32
08. Rosetta      3:45
09. Cherries      3:11
10. All I Know      3:13
Personnel:
–♦–  Sweet Jean is Alice Keath and Sime Nugent
–♦–  All songs written by Sweet Jean
–♦–  Alice Keath — vocals, electric and acoustic guitar, autoharp, keys, synth
–♦–  Sime Nugent — vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, drums, keys
–♦–  John Castle — drums, bass, electric and acoustic guitar, clarinet, keys, synth
–♦–  Co–produced by John, Sime, and Alice
–♦–  Mastered by Steve Smart at Studios 301
–♦–  Cover art by Datsun Tran
–♦–  Album design and layout by Hook and Loop
–♦–  Photography by Tajette O’Halloran
Description:
–♦–  Melbourne outfit Sweet Jean will release their new album Monday to Friday on Friday 13 May. Co–written by Sime Nugent & Alice Keath, the album ranges from expansive, vintage synth–driven songs about space exploration to jangly, straight–shooting narratives of everyday life.
–♦–  Monday to Friday is a collection of 10 elegant songs that build on Sweet Jean’s reputation for evocative songwriting and razor–sharp harmonies, balancing deft lyricism and poetic references with crisp pop gems and candid observations.
First listen:
BY JONNY NAIL | MAY 10TH, 2016 11:32:AM EST
–♦–  Vacancy featured heavily on Sweet Jean’s 2013 debut Dear Departure. The Melbourne duo structuring a conversational vocal format around the folk–focused sparsity, completing the comfortingly homemade aesthetic.
–♦–  For the follow–up, Monday to Friday, Alice Keath and Sime Nugent fill out these spaces with a refreshing lushness. Brightness blankets the duo’s sharp lyrical imagery, with the vocals utilised to shape the songs themselves, whether that is slicing the line between brooding and optimistic (“Main Street”) or serving alongside lo–fi looseness as an introspective partner (“All I Know”). Compositions are complete, but never bloated, as the pair successfully expand on their core indie–pop palette without suffocating any of their personalised engagement.
–♦–  “For our first album we worked on happy/sad. This time we wanted to bring big/small to the table”, the duo explain of the evolution, adding that Monday to Friday takes a far more personal focus. “In the past we’ve written about other people in other times and places, and for this album we wanted to stay in the here and now and write about some of the significant and insignificant things that are rolling around us.”
–♦–  http://rollingstoneaus.com/
Website: http://sweetjeanmusic.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/sweetjeanmusic
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sweetjeanmusic
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/simenugent/
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Sweet Jean — Monday To Friday (Friday 13th May, 2016)

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