Spreading Rumours is the second studio album by the indie rock band Grouplove. It was released on September 17, 2013. Critics generally thought that the album's individual songs were usually fun, however the album as a whole was criticised for being too long and not flowing well.
Grouplove - 'Spreading Rumours'. If you’ve ever pondered the question ‘What would Arcade Fire have sounded like if no-one had ever died?’, time to get acquainted with Grouplove. Grouplove - 'Spreading Rumours'. The college pop crew get an electro party going on their second album. Such is their dedication to upbeat party-starting, this Los Angeles college pop band has even done the voguish thing and gone electro for album number two.
Grouplove's confidence is justified. Grouplove is a band seemingly powered by exuberance and optimism, even at its most bittersweet. based outfit's first album, 2011's Never Trust a Happy Song, beamed its music into the hearts and minds of the willing and enjoyed enormous success.
Grouplove make shaggy arena rock for the pool-skating set, like Arcade Fire with a seventh-grade sense of humor. Their second LP retains the goofy amiability of their debut and cranks the Nineties influences – Raspberry is the best Pixies song since 1991, and the loopy Hippy Hill downshifts into a sludgy bridge after Christian Zucconi makes a bold proclamation: I’d rather be a hippie than a hipster. In This Article: Grouplove.
Complete your Grouplove collection. Does anyone have the matrix runouts for this release? I have the white vinyl as well but no CD.
Record Label: Atlantic. Release Date: Sep 17, 2013. They spend their second album trying to turn every song into another shout-out-loud anthem, which sometimes blunts the genuine highs.
The band released its debut album, Never Trust a Happy Song, on September 13, 2011 through Canvasback/Atlantic Records.
One of the best neo-post-punk bands to emerge from the indie rock landscape in the wake of MGMT's success, Los Angeles' Grouplove brought catchy, buoyant melodicism to their 2011 debut, Never Trust a Happy Song. The band's sophomore follow-up, 2013's Spreading Rumours, is an equally kaleidoscopic if more focused album that retains all of the touchstones that made their previous release so engaging
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|A2||Borderlines And Aliens||3:50|
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