Lush - Blind Spot album FLAC
Blind Spot is an EP by the English alternative rock band Lush. Released on 15 April 2016, by the band's Edamame record label, the EP contains the band's first new material since 1996, following their reunion in 2015. It was produced by Jim Abbiss and Ladytron member Daniel Hunt. The EP was recorded before the band started rehearsals for their 2015-16 reunion. The first stage involved recording home demos, which were sent to co-producer Hunt, who was in Brazil at the time.
Regardless, Blind Spot feels like an assured-albeit somewhat tentative-way for the band to dip their toes back in the water. It would be great if the EP served as something more than just a primer for the band’s forthcoming reunion tour. Clearly, they still have plenty to say. Back to home.
Lush – Blind Spot (2016). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On April - 8 - 2016. Style: Dream Pop. Format: MP3 320Kbps. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: December 13, 2015 - Lush – Chorus (2015).
The band has said they have plans to record a full length album if things go well.
Artist: Lush Title: Blind Spot Year Of Release: 2016 Label: Edamame Records Genre: Indie Rock, Shoegaze Quality: FLAC (tracks. Tracklist: 1. Out Of Control 4:22 2. Lost Boy 3:18 3. Burnham Beeches 3:07 4. Rosebud 3:59. The first new music from Lush for 20 years, and the first the band have released since their single '500 (Shake Baby Shake)', taken from their last album Lovelife, in July 1996.
Blind Spot EP. Extended Play. Signed to 4AD in 1989, over the course of three full-length albums, an early mini-album and a number of EPs and singles, they went on to sharpen their pop sound, outliving and outgrowing the 'scene' with which they were initially associated. Well, here's the answer to all that: Blind Spot! Lush has returned, sporting their "classic" chiming, ethereal sound. This EP will cause instant flashbacks to back when Lollapalooza was a tour, not a festival, indie kids had no idea what hoodies were, and Pabst Blue Ribbon was just another cheap 'n' watery beer.
Blind Spot' is everything fans could have hoped for. There’s a maturity here that only twenty additional years of living can provide, but the essence of Lush’s unique sound remains, undimmed by time. Released on April 22, 2016 via Edamame Records. It’s been a round twenty years – two entire decades – since Lush‘s last new material was released, in the shape of 1996’s well-received album Lovelife. After years steadily building a following with superb live shows and three increasingly confident and powerful records, it seemed that the Britpop-infused Lovelife could be the record that finally boosted Lush into the upper echelon of hugely successful bands like Pulp and Blur. Unfortunately, it was not to be.