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Better Weather


Download links and information about Better Weather by The Heavy Blinkers. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 34:44 minutes.

Artist: The Heavy Blinkers
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 34:44
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No. Title Length
1. It's Finally Done 0:37
2. Baby Smile 2:31
3. Far As You Are 2:58
4. Heartstrings 3:14
5. Long As I'm Able 2:43
6. Malmo 2:57
7. Lazy in Love 2:45
8. Didn't Have Time to Dream It 2:35
9. I Used to Be a Design 4:27
10. Broken Wave 1:37
11. Helicopter Blues 2:56
12. Weight That Can't Be Carried 4:42
13. It's Finally Done 0:42



On Better Weather, the Heavy Blinkers are masterminds of their own stylish pop. It's a magnificent gush of conventional sounds of the past — jubilant pianos dancing with whispy horn arrangements. Jason MacIsaac (guitar/vocals) and Andrew Watt (vocals/piano) are vocally charming on the soft parade of "Long as I'm Able." Ruth Minnikin is also a welcomed chanteuse, bringing a sweet flair to the lovedrunk "Lazy in Love" and "I Used to Be a Design," a jazz-like number. The Heavy Blinkers aren't exactly out to make the perfect pop song, they just want to make it accessible in the sense that love can be dreamy and almost fairytale. Like Sarah Shannon and Ben Folds, The Heavy Blinkers ache over smashed hearts and glow in the mending process. Harmonies are breezy on Better Weather, shimmery AM pop with optimism that's easy like Sunday morning.