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Waiting for Something to Happen

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Download links and information about Waiting for Something to Happen by Veronica Falls. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 39:41 minutes.

Artist: Veronica Falls
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 39:41
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Tell Me 3:28
2. Teenage 2:51
3. Broken Toy 2:23
4. Shooting Star 2:31
5. Waiting for Something to Happen 3:07
6. If You Still Want Me 3:07
7. My Heart Beats 2:59
8. Everybody's Changing 2:48
9. Buried Alive 2:58
10. Falling Out 2:47
11. So Tired 2:00
12. Daniel 1:56
13. Last Conversation 3:59
14. Waiting for Something to Happen (Demo) 2:47

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After their joyous self-titled debut album, Veronica Falls return with a slightly modified second album, Waiting for Something to Happen. The guitars now integrate with greater precision, and the vocals blend with assurance. Like a harder-rocking Camera Obscura, Veronica Falls balance sweet, wispy pop and peppy retro-rock, all twee and free. The title track flows like a tune by Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers, with an extra Byrds-like jangle. "Tell Me" recalls the lithe '60s pop of The Free Design matched with the chug of early R.E.M. The ballad "Daniel" breaks on through like a basement demo seeing the light of day. For some, the inspired amateurism of Veronica Falls' debut might be missed. However, this isn't far removed. Roxanne Clifford's guileless lead vocals bring a sweet vulnerability to "If You Still Want Me," and being (vocally) chased by the guys in the band adds a playful tension. Most importantly, Waiting for Something to Happen shows that guitar pop is far from dead.