Schvendes - Sweet Talk Your Enemies album FLAC
Sweet Talk Your Enemies (CD, Album). Singles & EPs. SCH001. Small Mercies, Sweet Graves (CD, EP, Single).
Physical copy of the Sweet Talk Your Enemies album. Digipak cover with 12pp booklet and disc. Ships with bonus stickers. Includes unlimited streaming of Sweet Talk Your Enemies via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. Schvendes write stories about murder, mayhem, love and loss upon a background of gentle Rhodes piano, pounding drums, screaming guitar, soaring cello and vocals which have been described as both sweet and terrifying - with an emphasis on lyrics depicting small disasters and celebration of everyday existence.
Schvendes were originally known as the Schvendes Ensemble, a gothy musical wing of the 2002 Artrage Festival, where they performed under the auspices of performance art within art festivals. In this mode they recorded their first release, the hand-packaged live album, The Scoundrel is Made an Outcast, which was released in October 2002. Over the next couple of years the group morphed into a more conventional music group playing at various popular Perth venues. In 2008 the band signed with local independent label, Good Cop Bad Cop and released their debut album, Sweet Talk Your Enemies, on 28 June 2008, distributed nationally through Inertia.
Schvendes Discography Sweet Talk Your Enemies. We don't have information for this album yet. Tracklist. Small Mercies, Sweet Graves. Twice the Man. St Rita's Home. Turn Out Your Lights.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. Schvendes - Turn Out Your Lights. Schvendes - Turn Out Your Lights (at Becks). Schvendes - Bring Out Your Dead. Schvendes - Small Mercies, Sweet Graves.
Album : Sweet Talk Your Enemies. - Mockingbird by Schvendes from album Sweet Talk Your Enemies. Duration : 0 minutes & 0 seconds. Listener : 47 peoples.
In Schvendes the strings; the cathedral shaped and sky bending strings euro; are vital. Schvendes attacked their tunes with plenty of vigour in spite of a stifling evening where lesser bands have been known to wilt. The studious playing of Tristan Parr and the often guttural charm of Dease make them the most obvious focal point of the five-piece, but it is the innocuous guitarist Ant Gray whose impeccable work should never be understated. Having already given the faithful a fabulous festive gift in the form of their faultless Small Mercies, Sweet Graves single, the band added another finely executed performance to their resume
|1||Repent & Repeat|
|3||I Stood at the Gate|
|4||Small Mercies, Sweet Graves|
|6||Twice the Man|
|8||Bring Out your Dead|
|11||Turn Out Your Lights|