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8 Commentsto (Obsession) - Girls Names - Arms Around A Vision

  1. Kazrara says:
    “We look to Europe for inspiration. For romance. For the idea of a better life,” says Girls Names frontman, Cathal Cully, when discussing the band’s new album, Arms Around a Vision. “For me, living in Belfast just makes you focus on your own art”. True, Girls Names formed in Belfast, but they’ve long considered themselves a European.
  2. Maulmaran says:
    Features Song Lyrics for Girls Names's Arms Around A Vision album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  3. Gardazilkree says:
    After throwing their fans for a loop by shifting their outlook from their first album's bright noise pop to their second's gloomy post-punk, Girls Names' third album doubles down on the somberness and despair, strips off a layer of studio gloss, and adds some tricky bits to the arrangements. Arms Around a Vision has a grittier feel and tougher sound, with jagged guitars and loud drums, while 8/
  4. Gardarisar says:
    Oct 02,  · Belfast band Girls Names’ first couple of releases barely saw a single track that surpassed three minutes. For the most part, they were filled with spunky, jittery punk tunes that were lo-fi and basking in the dark romanticism of the 80s. ’s ‘New Life’ however saw them break into the aural passages of many a muso; with its more airy and slow-burning psych-rock.3/5.
  5. Aragami says:
    Girls Names - (Obsession) Lyrics. Instrumental. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. Arms Around A Vision Album (Obsession) Lyrics. Girls Names - (Obsession) Lyrics. Artist: Girls Names. Album: Arms Around A Vision.
  6. Daizuru says:
    Oct 02,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises [Obsession] · Girls Names Arms Around a Vision ℗ Tough Love Records Released on: Music Publisher: Domino Publishing Co. Auto.
  7. Mezit says:
    Sep 30,  · On first impressions, Arms Around A Vision blows you away, but it's equally divisive, as it’s the understated brilliance of The New Life that’s distinctly amiss here, and it takes some getting used to. The press release – not to mention the title of the album itself – is the sort of wanky, elaborate drivel that usually puts me off ever /
  8. Zulkigor says:
    Ever changing and insightful, Arms Around A Vision never becomes staid or complacent. Even on the closing 'I Was You', a six minutes long bass-led epic that mirrors Iceage or The Birthday Party at their diminutive best, it's clear Girls Names already have one eye 8/

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