Love the Future
Download links and information about Love the Future by Chester French. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 46:08 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|2.||C'mon (On My Own)||3:21|
|5.||The Jimmy Choos||3:15|
|6.||Time to Unwind||1:44|
|9.||Beneath the Veil||2:46|
|11.||Not Over You||4:24|
|12.||She Loves Everybody||3:59|
Music duo Max Drummey and D.A. Wallach named their band after Daniel Chester French, the man who created the Lincoln Memorial. “Bebe Buell” bounces with witty words that sardonically pine for a meaningful relationship with a backstage groupie described as a “Puerto Rican Pamela Lee.” Most other songs on Love the Future are ambitious attempts to tailor power pop with baroque instrumentation, electro flourishes, analogue synths, and lyrics that are heady and educated without bordering on pedantic. “Fingers” is a delightful piece of psychedelic piano pop that recalls the playful sophistication of Emitt Rhodes and the Left Bank with stormy orchestral accompaniment (contrasted with a cartoonish lap steel) that successfully approximates ‘60s chamber pop. “She Loves Everybody” is a perfect song for anyone who ever wished that Roxy Music had more songs like “Love Is The Drug.” “C’mon (On My Own)” is contagious, contemporary, radio pop with the same youthful energy as Fountains of Wayne or Weezer – only still younger and more energetic.