Download links and information about Vivian Girls by Vivian Girls. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 21:27 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||All the Time||1:57|
|2.||Such a Joke||1:43|
|5.||Tell the World||3:36|
|6.||Where Do You Run to?||3:15|
|9.||Never See Me Again||1:41|
|10.||I Believe In Nothing||2:26|
Brooklyn’s Vivian Girls take their cue from indie-pop-punk bands of years past (from shoegazers to reverb-drenched Phil Spector idolators), but on their short, sweet 10-track debut, they bury hooks — or something like them — in layers and leave it to the listener to coax them out into the open (the Girls share a certain primitivism with California’s No Age). With guitars and drums delivered in a steady and rather monotone style, they serve up a barrage of carefully controlled noise with glorious three-part girl harmonies topping it off like pink butter cream frosting (yum); but when a song ends, the yearned for hook is difficult to recall. Why, then, does “No” (that’s the entire lyric to song, repeated over and over) re-surface in your head hours after listening? The cyclical four notes of “Wild Eyes” flirt like a hook while you’re listening but dissipate when the song ends (like the best flirts do), and the shy, descending bass lines of “Tell the World” resemble a hook enough to push the vintage sounding guitars straight into a reluctant spotlight: this track is killer. In a rare moment of comparative quietude, “Where Do You Run To?” offers a sweet respite from the noise. Much like a morning after, Vivian Girls is short on details but conjures a blurred memory of a darn good time.