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Those singles are all present on the first Patience record, Dizzy Spells, and it says a lot about the record that they aren't necessarily the best songs there. Sessions done at home in .
Released May 3, 2019. Dizzy Spells Tracklist. 1. The Girls are Chewing Gum Lyrics. 2. Living Things Don't Last Lyrics.
The Girls Are Chewing Gum, 03:24. Living Things Don't Last, 03:00.
Dizzy Spells delivers a debut album that twists Clifford’s songwriting into new shapes and ecstasies. The album dances around melancholy, thrown to the floor like a bad dream to be circled, emerging bright-eyed into the early morning full of hope. The Girls Are Chewing Gum (produced by Todd Edwards) bursts open Dizzy Spells like fresh fruit: sweet and rich with a synth-bass line beamed down from Chicago House heaven. Patience began as bedroom synth project for songwriter Roxanne Clifford after the break up of her acclaimed indie pop band Veronica Falls.
Fans of Veronica Falls can still lament that the band is gone for good, but Patience is a fine substitute that delivers the same great songs and deep feelings only in a different package.
Patience - the new project from Veronica Falls' Roxanne Clifford - will release debut album 'Dizzy Spells' on May 5th. Now based in Los Angeles the new project finds Roxanne Clifford working with analogue synths, channelling her indie pop tendencies through an electronic landscape. Early singles were dappled with her potent pop touch, with Patience now set to release a full length album. Dizzy Spells' lands on May 5th, with the LP led by divine new single 'The Girls Are Chewing Gum'
1. The Girls Are Chewing Gum. 3:240:30. Listen to Dizzy Spells in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Dizzy Spells is an album by Dutch anarchist band The Ex. It is the band's 11th studio album (18th overall) and was produced by Steve Albini (who had also produced its predecessor). Pitchfork's Spencer Owen characterized the music as "art punk" writing that their "ngular guitars, oddly clattering beats, and six-minute songs seem to borrow more from Wire and the Talking Heads than the Ramones and the Stooges.
The Girls Are Chewing Gum
Living Things Don't Last
White Of An Eye
Voices In The Sand
John Anderson* (tracks: A2)
Lacquer Cut By
Don Pyle (tracks: B1),
Drew Fisher* (tracks: B4),
John Anderson* (tracks: B5),
Josiah Massaschi* (tracks: B2, B3),
Misha Hering (tracks: A4),
Todd Edwards (tracks: A1, A2, A5)