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Chvrches - Every Open Eye mp3 album
Performer: Chvrches
Title: Every Open Eye
Released: 2015
Country: UK
Style: Synth-pop
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 591
Formats: AUD AHX AU DXD MP2 APE ASF
MP3 size: 1622 mb
FLAC size: 1779 mb

Sonically, Every Open Eye develops CHVRCHES signature style, juxtaposing the light and the dark, creating their own brand of twisted pop music that uniquely merges the organic with the electronic, molding sounds and ideas forged over two years on the road into an electronic-pop record with a heart. Lyrically, Every Open Eye is not a break up album. It is a record about past heartbreaks and getting over them ( Leave A Trace ). About perspective and the benefit of hindsight  . Despite that I feel the "Every Open Eye" album has a softer feel on its musical side, it definitely doesn't start that way. "Never Ending Circles" gets right in the listeners face. The keyboards bell out at the start, yet quiet themselves perfectly to let Lauren take center.

Rather than an unhinged jaw, Every Open Eye glints like a freshly whitened smile. The sweetly menacing jabs hidden on Bones, like Lauren Mayberry’s warning that you had better run from me with everything you own from Gun, are absent here. This is not an album that poses any danger; instead, the lyrics tend to scan like breakup song Mad Libs. We bide our time/ Stay afloat/ Keeping the sun up off our bones, Mayberry sings on Keep You On My Side, reaching again for bones as symbols but diluting the metaphor with sun and water until the image blurs. Read – CHVRCHES: All Eyes on You). Even at its most revealing and tender, Every Open Eye feels guarded. Afterglow winds things down as the album’s final track and only downtempo moment. CHVRCHES’ nonstop synths break away from tapping out beats to provide a little atmosphere, and Mayberry stretches out her syllables to a pleasant yawn.

Chvrches have announced new album Every Open Eye, the follow-up to 2013's The Bones of What You Believe. The album was recorded at their Alucard Studios in Glasgow, and according to a listing on the Australian retailer Sanity, it's out September 25 via Universal. Submitted By Anachronistic. Track list: Added Jul 16, 2015  . Because the album was written over such a long period of time, it’s about the goods and the bads, the beginnings and ends. Personally, I’m in a good place right now, but there’s definitely anti-love songs on there as well. Leave a Trace is the middle finger mic-drop. It’s about that point where you’re like, There’s no point having this conversation anyways: There will be no resolve, I won’t feel better about it, you won’t feel better about it, no outcome from this will actually change my reality.

Chvrches’ second album doubles down on the stadium-friendly synth-pop formula that bought them international success. Three strident synth-pop bangers open the second Chvrches album and lay bare the Scottish trio’s intent: here they are doubling down on the formula that got them where they are today. It’s an assured follow-up to their US-conquering debut, The Bones of What You Believe, picking out its predecessor’s stadium-pop moments and turning up the intensity without ever overselling its charm. There’s an appealing combination of steely survival and breathless optimism throughout – Make Them Gold and Clearest Blue look towards a better future, with the latter updating Depeche Mode’s Just Can’t Get Enough.

While Every Open Eye has a more restrained pop structure that comes from experience as a production team, it still contains the earnestness of the band's beginnings. At first blush, the album comes across as more upbeat and optimistic, but listen closely, and you hear the darker lyrics of Lauren Mayberry as she and the band reflect on their international success. Mayberry's strong voice off stage shines through on the album as she pours emotion into songs like "Keep You On My Side" and "Playing Dead

Tracklist

A1 Never Ending Circles
A2 Leave A Trace
A3 Keep You On My Side
A4 Make Them Gold
A5 Clearest Blue
B1 High Enough To Carry You Over
B2 Empty Threat
B3 Down Side Of Me
B4 Playing Dead
B5 Bury It
B6 Afterglow

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chvrches
  • Copyright (c) – Chvrches
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Alucard Studios
  • Mastered At – Gateway Mastering

Credits

  • Design, Art Direction – Amy Burrows
  • Engineer [Recording] – David Simpson
  • Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
  • Mixed By – Chvrches (tracks: B6), Mark "Spike" Stent* (tracks: A1 to B5)
  • Mixed By [Mix Assistant] – Geoff Swan (tracks: A1 to B5)
  • Photography By [Band] – Danny Clinch
  • Photography By [Cover] – Jez Tozer
  • Written-By, Producer – Chvrches

Notes

Comes in gatefold sleeve with a black artwork card slip sleeve, lyric inner sleeve. Exclusively available from Independent retailers. Includes download codes for digital copy of album.

Sticker on shrink wrap reads: "Limited edition 180 gram coke-bottle clear vinyl. Featuring the single Leave A Trace"

Printed in the USA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Slipsleeve): 810599021054
  • Barcode (Sleeve): 810599020958
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): GLS-0181-01-A Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): GLS-0181-01-B WG/NRP Ⓤ

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDV 3139, 00602547476203 Chvrches Every Open Eye ‎(CD, Album) Virgin EMI Records, Goodbye Records CDV 3139, 00602547476203 UK 2015
00602547495556 Chvrches Every Open Eye ‎(CD, Album, S/Edition) Vertigo Berlin 00602547495556 Europe 2015
CDVY 3139, 00602557005707 Chvrches Every Open Eye (Extended Edition) ‎(CD, Album) Virgin EMI Records, Goodbye Records CDVY 3139, 00602557005707 UK 2016
none Chvrches Every Open Eye (Extended Edition) ‎(19xFile, MP3, Album) Goodbye Records none UK & Europe 2016
LIB183CD Chvrches Every Open Eye ‎(CD, Album, S/Edition, Tri) Liberator Music LIB183CD Australia 2015


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