“Kid We Own The Summer (1lp Gatefold + 2c”

BEC5156744 scanZoom inLabelVIETNAM / Because Music
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Rights for World excl. FR, Limited LP+2CD (CD1 10 tracks Studio album + CD2 The 10 demo versions of the album) version , in gatefold sleeve Tracklist LP A1. We Could Be Strangers / A2. I Wasn’t Trying To Be Your Man / A3. This Kind Of Fire A4. Kid We Own The Summer / A5. Naked B1. White Tornado / B2. Minor Days / B3. I Sail in Troubled Waters / B4. Turn On The Party Lights / B5. Linger On CD version and CD1 included in the vinyl features the same tracks in the same order. CD2 features the same titles but demo version in the same order than the studio album. Short info: The record cover shows a woman walking towards dusk - or is it dawn. Two years after the success of Night Moves, a wander through a threatening nocturnal Los Angeles, H Burns returns with a new record for twilight. Kid We Own the Summer finds its identity between a few landmarks such as David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti’s California, the intimacy of Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness on the Edge of Town, the relative calmness of Suicide’s second album, and the elegant melancholy of The National. In order to compose, Renaud Brustlein aka H Burns decided to reinvent himself once again. He didn’t repeat the live configuration that he used in 2013 with Off the Map, an “electric storm” recorded in Chicago, with a band, in a single week, with the legendary Steve Albini. For Kid We Own the Summer, the composer started working in his home studio, by gradual touches, because there’s no place like home. The result? A melancholy cinematic stroll across stories of misguided couples, unspoken words that end-up ruining people’s lives, the pursuit of dangerous situations, like an elegy to the end of adolescence - leading to a place we’re unsure of. Born from a keyboard, a piano and a beatbox, these ten songs were brought to light, as always with infinite delicacy, by impeccable guests-friends - strings by Bertrand Belin and vaporous keyboards by Denis Clavaizolle (Bashung, Murat, Daniel Darc) -

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