Worriers - Imaginary Life album flac
|A3||Glutton For Distance|
|A6||Life During Peacetime|
|B2||Yes All Cops|
- Producer – Laura Jane Grace
NotesSecond press on coke bottle blue.
Includes one-sided black & white lyric sheet insert and download code.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 634457691117
|DG-102||Worriers||Imaginary Life (LP)||Don Giovanni Records||DG-102||US||2015|
|DG-102||Worriers||Imaginary Life (CD, Album)||Don Giovanni Records||DG-102||US||2015|
|DG-102||Worriers||Imaginary Life (CD, Album, Promo)||Don Giovanni Records||DG-102||US||2015|
Album · 2015 · 12 Songs. Imaginary Life Worriers.
Album · 2015 · 12 Songs.
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Imaginary Life by Worriers, released 07 August 2015 1. Jinx 2. Plans 3. Glutton For Distance 4. Parts 5. Unwritten 6. Life During Peacetime 7. Good Luck 8. Yes All Cops 9. They, Them, Theirs 10. Advance Notice 11. Most Space 12. Chasing On this record, Worriers is: Lauren Denitzio - guitar/vocals Rachel Rubino - guitar John McLean - guitar Audrey Zee Whitesides - bass Mikey Erg - drums/backing vocals Lou Hanman - backing vocals Released on August 7, 2015 on Don Giovanni Records You can purchase this record on vinyl, CD, or digital download via DonGiovanniRecords.
Glutton for Distance. Life During Peacetime.
Worriers : Imaginary Life. This fundamental core of punk rock is what makes Worriers‘ Imaginary Life such a profound and hard-hitting debut. Its 12 songs (spanning less than 30 minutes) don’t necessarily venture into new territory from a musical standpoint. Worriers are a four-piece band playing straightforward, melodic punk rock, as written by their ng frontperson. There are driving, mosh-ready anthems like Yes All Cops and more pogo-ready moments like the bouncy closer Chaser
Brooklyn's the Worriers take a different approach; songwriter and lead singer Lauren Denitzio has a lot to say about the world around her, but she's less interested in creating slogans than exploring the politics of daily life, and her songs often take a first-person perspective on how gender, class, race, and economics set up a maze that makes it hard.
Worriers - Imaginary Life (2015). The intelligent but engaging humanity of Denitzio's songs is one of the best things about the Worriers' first full-length album, 2015's Imaginary Life, and the mingled hope and cynicism of her lyrics are a fine match for her voice, which sounds like someone you'd overhear at the coffee shop saying something smarter and sharper than the other folks waiting.
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Imaginary Life, Worriers' first full-length and Denitzio's debut as sole songwriter after years in more collaborative arrangements, immediately reads as the work of someone older, wiser, more attuned to life's frailty and chaos. Even as the subdued opening track, "Jinx," catalogs the small blessings that sustain a creative existence - "some paper and pens and my hands and guitar strings," plus fulfilling work and, if you're really lucky, romantic love - each phrase trembles with the thought that all of this might be snatched away in an instant. Imaginary Life proceeds from a place of everyday precarity, where health and happiness are hardly a given and pursuing a dream can feel like jousting with fate. Thanks in part to the financial realities of music as a job and Brooklyn as a home, Worriers has cycled through lineups since its inception.