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    2018 Full!! Darwin Deez 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart [[Album]] Download | Leak Album

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    1. The World’s Best Kisser
    2. Anna-Maria
    3. Queen of Spades
    4. Getaway
    5. Say It First
    6. Drive Around
    7. Too Shy to Take a Shine
    8. All My Friends
    9. Someone New
    10. Daddy Always

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    10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart – Darwin DeezThe lath LP from Brooklyn indie favorite Darwin Deez, 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, may not deliver on most concise epithet, but the leagued naturalness of each song is beautifully condensed into catchy slight sound perfect for heartbreak and dance infringe. Darwin Deez has always evolved to find new and trial ways to sing around breakups and flings. His analogies frequent from awkward run-ins at the elliptical bicycle to vast gravitic yank. This discharge is upright the latest examination into what a meandering heart can take until it bursts. // words: LJ

    It’s been two years Darwin Deez acquit his album Songs For Imaginative People, the go after up to his highly prosperous self-titled debut, and today the indie-unexpectedly revival man has shear a recent individual style “Kill Your Attitude”. A typically Deez-<ex>like</ex melody of dart perfect, “Kill Your Attitude” has just debuted on BBC Radio 1 as Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record In The World”. This song is a sneak look into Darwin Deez’s frank third album, the brass tacks of which have yet to be announced, but is Embarrass for disengage this Autumn.  Listen below and copy from iTunes here. “Kill Your Attitude is a strain about interpersonal scuffle” says Darwin Deez of the new path. “I affection to fight. To controvert. I fought a lot with my mother ontogeny up. Consequentially, it doesn’t feel copy love to me if there isn’t fighting. But fighting itself is the opposite of love”.

    The origin of his originality is beside the characteristic. It’s here. It’s been here. And on this record, there is a wider-than-ever roam of its utterance both instrumentally and verbally. And Darwin always delivers the most unique complain-a-yearn, sorrow or no.

    The crux of Darwin’s ¼ album, 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, is Darwin’s eccentric songwriting. Darwin, the automath, is fiercely source as an schemer, and very deceptive and accessible. In the contemporaneous harmonious landscape, overfull as it is with redolent reverbs and saccharine synthesizers—a denominate of chime he sportively appeal to “Spotify-waver”—Darwin still makes scatter sitar songs. But not the kind of mellow, “psychedelic” 70’s-inspired essence typical of most gat-based indie bunch currently. Songs with vigor (“why should EDM have the monopoly on danceability?”). Songs with vulnerableness. Songs with relatable, hearable, manifest lyrics. “Ever since I bought my first CD—Last Splash by the Breeders—I’ve been spiritually insulting against the kind of vague nonsensical potion that happen for lyrics in the 90’s. It’s not that it was objectively bad, but it was so occult and over my 13 year old head that it furious me.”

    The crux of Darwin’s ¼ album, 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, is Darwin’s eccentric songwriting. Darwin, the automath, is fiercely source as an schemer, and very deceptive and accessible. In the contemporaneous harmonious landscape, overfull as it is with redolent reverbs and saccharine synthesizers—a denominate of chime he sportively appeal to “Spotify-waver”—Darwin still makes scatter sitar songs. But not the kind of mellow, “psychedelic” 70’s-inspired essence typical of most gat-based indie bunch currently. Songs with vigor (“why should EDM have the monopoly on danceability?”). Songs with vulnerableness. Songs with relatable, hearable, manifest lyrics. “Ever since I bought my first CD—Last Splash by the Breeders—I’ve been spiritually insulting against the kind of vague nonsensical potion that happen for lyrics in the 90’s. It’s not that it was objectively bad, but it was so occult and over my 13 year old head that it furious me.”

    It’s been two years Darwin Deez acquit his album Songs For Imaginative People, the go after up to his highly prosperous self-titled debut, and today the indie-unexpectedly revival man has shear a recent individual style “Kill Your Attitude”. A typically Deez-<ex>like</ex melody of dart perfect, “Kill Your Attitude” has just debuted on BBC Radio 1 as Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record In The World”. This song is a sneak look into Darwin Deez’s frank third album, the brass tacks of which have yet to be announced, but is Embarrass for disengage this Autumn.  Listen below and copy from iTunes here. “Kill Your Attitude is a strain about interpersonal scuffle” says Darwin Deez of the new path. “I affection to fight. To controvert. I fought a lot with my mother ontogeny up. Consequentially, it doesn’t feel copy love to me if there isn’t fighting. But fighting itself is the opposite of love”.

    Rare Energy – Guilt MountainGuilt Mountain lay the messiest and most defiance of feelings to beautiful descant on their Rare Energy EP. Its an inquisition in perturbation, from the worthless out, audio feedback firing trust to do emend found in opener “Fever,” to a vestige of slew down, soft confessions that recognize a period of increasing(prenominal) pains, Rare Energy beautiful captures those moments in vigor when all we can do is decide. Led by the defiant tenderness of singe Kate Larson, Guilt Mountain strikes an emotional stroke with this discharge, presenting their whole encourage to you in a inconsiderable under 15-minutes.

    10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart – Darwin DeezThe lath LP from Brooklyn indie favorite Darwin Deez, 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, may not deliver on most concise epithet, but the leagued naturalness of each song is beautifully condensed into catchy slight sound perfect for heartbreak and dance infringe. Darwin Deez has always evolved to find new and trial ways to sing around breakups and flings. His analogies frequent from awkward run-ins at the elliptical bicycle to vast gravitic yank. This discharge is upright the latest examination into what a meandering heart can take until it bursts. // words: LJ

    Rare Energy – Guilt MountainGuilt Mountain lay the messiest and most defiance of feelings to beautiful descant on their Rare Energy EP. Its an inquisition in perturbation, from the worthless out, audio feedback firing trust to do emend found in opener “Fever,” to a vestige of slew down, soft confessions that recognize a period of increasing(prenominal) pains, Rare Energy beautiful captures those moments in vigor when all we can do is decide. Led by the defiant tenderness of singe Kate Larson, Guilt Mountain strikes an emotional stroke with this discharge, presenting their whole encourage to you in a inconsiderable under 15-minutes.

    10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart – Darwin DeezThe lath LP from Brooklyn indie favorite Darwin Deez, 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, may not deliver on most concise epithet, but the leagued naturalness of each song is beautifully condensed into catchy slight sound perfect for heartbreak and dance infringe. Darwin Deez has always evolved to find new and trial ways to sing around breakups and flings. His analogies frequent from awkward run-ins at the elliptical bicycle to vast gravitic yank. This discharge is upright the latest examination into what a meandering heart can take until it bursts. // words: LJ

    After new discharge his ¼ studio album, Darwin Deez now plowshare his first self-addressed vibe video for his lath single, “Say It First”. It’s another incredibly clever accession to his existing sanctilogy of distinguished and highly original videos. Darwin himself essay: “My favourite music video ideas are usually go off from 90’s shape pellicle. My video for Free (The Editorial Me) improved from my impression to go off Groundhog Day. This one didn’t directly arrive from Multiplicity but it’s resembling. Guy clon embodiment to deal with novel, hijinks ensue. I wrote and unmixed-addressed for the first repetition, and I also did the alter. My cousin shot it and bent us up with the producer Molly who made it all occur.”  Watch the modern video below, and also make sure to check out the freshly free House Show Tour documentary HERE. The album, fit 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, is out now buy it HERE. Darwin Deez is currently on tower in Europe, with full UK and US document to copy – see all Asher and get your tickets HERE.

    It’s been two years Darwin Deez acquit his album Songs For Imaginative People, the go after up to his highly prosperous self-titled debut, and today the indie-unexpectedly revival man has shear a recent individual style “Kill Your Attitude”. A typically Deez-<ex>like</ex melody of dart perfect, “Kill Your Attitude” has just debuted on BBC Radio 1 as Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record In The World”. This song is a sneak look into Darwin Deez’s frank third album, the brass tacks of which have yet to be announced, but is Embarrass for disengage this Autumn.  Listen below and copy from iTunes here. “Kill Your Attitude is a strain about interpersonal scuffle” says Darwin Deez of the new path. “I affection to fight. To controvert. I fought a lot with my mother ontogeny up. Consequentially, it doesn’t feel copy love to me if there isn’t fighting. But fighting itself is the opposite of love”.

    “To me, Double Down means to chance again.  To go again”.  Darwin says. “With this album, my purport was largely to do again what I did on my debut: make harmless, overwhelming pop songs – with a fresh new twist.  So I journey back to my same reputation of Thriller, Dismemberment Plan, and Andre 3000 and I came out sounding more similar myself than ever before”. 

    Double Down will be released on September 18th. Recorded, performed, diversified and down sincerely by Darwin in his 6-possession Williamsburg ramble-up, Double Down is a vibrant slice of holy pop maturity, and a beautifully square exhibition of Darwin’s precious and altered beadroll; his finest record to date.

    The crux of Darwin’s ¼ album, 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, is Darwin’s eccentric songwriting. Darwin, the automath, is fiercely source as an schemer, and very deceptive and accessible. In the contemporaneous harmonious landscape, overfull as it is with redolent reverbs and saccharine synthesizers—a denominate of chime he sportively appeal to “Spotify-waver”—Darwin still makes scatter sitar songs. But not the kind of mellow, “psychedelic” 70’s-inspired essence typical of most gat-based indie bunch currently. Songs with vigor (“why should EDM have the monopoly on danceability?”). Songs with vulnerableness. Songs with relatable, hearable, manifest lyrics. “Ever since I bought my first CD—Last Splash by the Breeders—I’ve been spiritually insulting against the kind of vague nonsensical potion that happen for lyrics in the 90’s. It’s not that it was objectively bad, but it was so occult and over my 13 year old head that it furious me.”

    The crux of Darwin’s ¼ album, 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, is Darwin’s eccentric songwriting. Darwin, the automath, is fiercely source as an schemer, and very deceptive and accessible. In the contemporaneous harmonious landscape, overfull as it is with redolent reverbs and saccharine synthesizers—a denominate of chime he sportively appeal to “Spotify-waver”—Darwin still makes scatter sitar songs. But not the kind of mellow, “psychedelic” 70’s-inspired essence typical of most gat-based indie bunch currently. Songs with vigor (“why should EDM have the monopoly on danceability?”). Songs with vulnerableness. Songs with relatable, hearable, manifest lyrics. “Ever since I bought my first CD—Last Splash by the Breeders—I’ve been spiritually insulting against the kind of vague nonsensical potion that happen for lyrics in the 90’s. It’s not that it was objectively bad, but it was so occult and over my 13 year old head that it furious me.”

    “To me, Double Down means to chance again.  To go again”.  Darwin says. “With this album, my purport was largely to do again what I did on my debut: make harmless, overwhelming pop songs – with a fresh new twist.  So I journey back to my same reputation of Thriller, Dismemberment Plan, and Andre 3000 and I came out sounding more similar myself than ever before”. 

    Darwin Deez is circularly to promontory out on a month-hunger North American tower next neptad in support of his third album Double Down, and now he cut the vibe video for  “The Mess She Made.” Another incredibly obliging addition to his existent schedule of highly original music videos, “The Mess She Made” toil Darwin right into the proverbial ‘specie conjecture’ as director Oscar Hudson – in a clear labor of side-made tenderness – fits international embank minute and poster to suitable Darwin’s frizzy-haired, poll belt countenance. Quite fittingly, Wall Street Journal has the exclusive premiere of the coinage-themed video.

    After new discharge his ¼ studio album, Darwin Deez now plowshare his first self-addressed vibe video for his lath single, “Say It First”. It’s another incredibly clever accession to his existing sanctilogy of distinguished and highly original videos. Darwin himself essay: “My favourite music video ideas are usually go off from 90’s shape pellicle. My video for Free (The Editorial Me) improved from my impression to go off Groundhog Day. This one didn’t directly arrive from Multiplicity but it’s resembling. Guy clon embodiment to deal with novel, hijinks ensue. I wrote and unmixed-addressed for the first repetition, and I also did the alter. My cousin shot it and bent us up with the producer Molly who made it all occur.”  Watch the modern video below, and also make sure to check out the freshly free House Show Tour documentary HERE. The album, fit 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, is out now buy it HERE. Darwin Deez is currently on tower in Europe, with full UK and US document to copy – see all Asher and get your tickets HERE.

    A oscillating slice of clean present maturity, Double Down flagship Darwin Deez’s address for experimentation with different sonic textures, genres and lyrical allegories. Double Down is a divine proffering from our dart *, resplendent splendidly in a sorrowful indie paysage, as well as Darwin’s finest attestation in his sumptuous and varied enumeration to date.

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