Like molasses being poured out of a jar, Heaven make their debut, Telepathic Love, an album of sticky and sweet psychedelic dream pop that seems to flow despite its density. Given that two of the three members played in Adam Franklin's (of Swervedriver) backing band, the Bolts of Melody, it comes as no surprise that these guys have a knack for dreamy layered melodies. Although Telepathic Love has, at times, a really thick sound, what's surprising is how airy it feels.
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Telepathic Love is the debut album from the New York natives. The nine-track LP is as entrancing as it is sonically painful. The group’s sound, full of feedback, droning, and heavy bass and guitar, is noticeable from the first track Color in the Whites of Your Eyes. Heaven has a clearly conceptualized sound for itself that is coherent throughout the album. A problem arises, though, when the loud, occasionally abrasive sounds drown out the poorly enunciated lyrics, making the words just another piece of the sonic framework. Sumrow’s vocals are most clearly audible on Southern Rain.
Heaven has a noisier streak, a bitter taste of Psychocandy ready to snap and snarl into the blown-out new world of Death By Audio power-gushers. Their opening salvo was 2013’s Telepathic Love, a fine album that only hinted at the sheer sonic ambitiousness of their sophomore effort, All Love Is Blue. Augmented by Lizzah Lohse on keyboards (X-Ray Eyeballs), the album is self-produced and engineered by Albert DiFiore (Caveman, Sinkane, Beck) at Rumpus Room in Brooklyn, NY, and mixed by Al Carlson (Widowspeak, Zola Jesus, Crystal Stilts) at Gary’s Electric Corp. It’s a quantum leap forward for the band, both artistically and sonically, making the protracted wait between.
Goodnight Records is proud to release Heaven’s debut album Telepathic Love, out today. Additionally, Goodnight Records is offering a free 7-inch split featuring Adam Franklin & The Bolts of Melody with any vinyl purchase of Telepathic Love through their online store. The band is currently on a summer tour, including a record release party at New York City’s Mercury Lounge on Wednesday, July 31st. Full tour dates are below. Recently, Heaven released their video for Colors in the.
Telepathic Love is a lush new release from Matt Sumrow, a multi instrumentalist, who’s currently adding splendor to the music of Dean & Britta; here, stepping out of The Comas, along with Mikey Jones, and Ryan Dunlap, to lay out this hypnotic release, one full of echo, reverb, and enough sensitive, intelligent, interesting lyrics to hold your attention for days on end. Which is pretty much what happened when he dropped this album on me at the Troubadour, and I played it all the way to Felton. the next stop on his tour with Dean Wareham. The vocals on Telepathic Love are hushed, matched to heartbeat rhythmic percussions, washed in waves of foam, bathed in midnight fever dreams, and the lost feeling that nervously settles over you when you subconsciously become aware of the full splendor of a daytime moon hanging low on the horizon.
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Colors In The Whites Of Your Eyes
Put Me Away (Interlude)
Once The Heartache
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Telepathic Love (LP, Album, Blu)
Performer:Heaven Genre: Rock Title: Telepathic Love Country: US Released: 2013 Style: Indie Rock, Shoegaze MP3 version ZIP size: 1445 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1700 mb Rating: 4.1 Votes: 188 Other Formats: APE AU RA DTS VQF VOC AIFF