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Indie Pop
  • Artista:
    Rolling Blackouts C.F.
  • Título:
    Hope Downs
  • Género:
  • Estilo:
    Indie Pop
  • Fecha de publicación:
  • País:
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2429 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    2651 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1913 mb
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  • Registro de:
    CD, Album

Lista de canciones

2Talking Straight
3An Air Conditioned Man
4Time In Common
5Exclusive Grave
6Cappuccino City
7Sister's Jeans
9The Hammer
10How Long?


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SP 1220Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Hope Downs ‎(LP, Album, cle)Sub PopSP 1220Australia2018
SP1220 Rolling Blackouts C.F. Hope Downs ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Cle)Sub Pop, Ivy League RecordsSP1220 UK & Europe2018
SP 1220Rolling Blackouts C.F. Hope Downs ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Lig)Sub PopSP 1220US2019
SP 1220Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Hope Downs ‎(LP, Promo)Sub PopSP 1220US2018
SP1220Rolling Blackouts C.F. Hope Downs ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Ora)Sub PopSP1220UK & US2018


Packaged in an over-sized gatefold card sleeve. Includes a plain brown card inner sleeve and a 4-panel, folded, double-sided insert with printed lyrics and credits.

Also for sale in the UK.

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout: CARGO RECORDS SPCD 1220 A125003-01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L578
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9744
  • Barcode: 0 98787 12202 2



Hope Downs by Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, released 15 June 2018 1. An Air Conditioned Man 2. Talking Straight 3. Mainland 4. Time in Common 5. Sister's Jeans 6. Bellarine 7. Cappuccino City 8. Exclusive Grave 9. How Long 10. The Hammer It's rare that a band's debut album sounds as confident and self-assured as Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever's Hope Downs. The hard-hitting debut album is a testament to Rolling Blackouts C. s tight-knit and hard-working bonafides. Prior to forming the band in 2013, singersguitarists Fran Keaney, Tom Russo, and Joe White had played together in various garage bands, dating back to high school. Hope Downs - Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Hope Downs is the debut studio album by the Australian indie rock band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. It was released on 15 June 2018, through Sub Pop, which peaked at No. 24 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The title refers to the Hope Downs mine, which, according to the band, refers to the feeling of standing at the edge of the void of the big unknown, and finding something to hold on to. The songs in the album generally have a theme of being alone. Critic Andy Cush says the album presents serene. Hope Downs. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - Hope Downs 2018. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Rock Indie Rock. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are either the worlds most meandering pop band or its most efficient jam band. Either way, for their purposes, jamming is as much a lyrical strategy as musical one. The band sustains that brisk momentum throughout its full-length debut, Hope Downs-although, at 10 songs and 35 minutes, the album is only slightly longer than the EPs that preceded it. Rolling Blackouts are still harnessing their strengths as erudite tunesmiths and freewheeling rocknrollers, and the past few years of steady touring have transformed them into a crack live act. Certainly few, if any, bands of the era made an album as consistently great as Hope Downs. Not many in Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever's era have, either. It's a small-scale triumph of hooks and guitars from a band whose members have figured it all out and delivered a debut album that comes as close to perfect as any guitar pop album can. Australian rock band breakthrough with a great debut. Score: 810 BEST SONGS: An Air Conditioned Man, Talking Straight, Mainland, Cappuccino Downs. Alternative , 2018. Named after an immense mine in Australia, Hope Downs is a debut with electrifying immediacy. But like its vast namesake, it holds depth and darkness beneath the surface. On Mainland, Tom Russo reflects on the plight of refugees, singing We are just paper boats beneath dreamy vocal harmonies. This Melbourne band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fevers full-length debut is a minor marvel: 10 perfectly pitched guitar-pop songs, not a dud among em. There are echoes of other bands generous handfuls of . and the Cure, mostly, with a little New Order and Television thrown in but they make it all sound absurdly crisp and new, like some kind of magic trick. Every amp tone on this album is just sweet enough, every jangling rhythm hits exactly where it should. Rolling Blackouts are playing an old game, but theyre damned good at it. Want more Rolling Stone Sign up for our newsletter. At 10 tracks and 36 minutes, Hope Downs isn't a great deal longer than either of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever's previous two EPs and perhaps the only disappointment here is that their sound doesn't feel particularly expanded upon in the long-player format. Read full review. Following two excellent EPs from 2017, the debut album from this Australian band continues to move them to the front of the pack

Following two excellent EPs from 2017, the debut album from this Australian band continues to move them to the front of the pack. The songs are fresh and lively, combining buoyant rhythms and jangle-pop melodies with atonal guitar chords, rollicking lead licks and a dark, quirky energy flow. On the first track alone, you get a Motown bass run, angular psych/noise guitar riffs and urgently deadpan indie vocals. And that’s just the start of one captivatingly creative song after another. Sometimes recalls bands like Blank Realm, The Strokes, Dick Diver, Scott & Charlene’s Wedding, The Feelies, Television Personalities, Salad Boys, Parquet Courts. With its consistently strong songwriting, pervasive sense of edgy free-flowing fun and fluid tremolo pop twang “Hope Downs” has tapped into something special. Each song feels like it could keep going forever—and you wish it would. Highly Recommended.