Includes unlimited streaming of Hello Hello via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. Divers' debut album Hello Hello, lovingly pressed into 4" optical media. Gatefold packaging with lyrics. Includes unlimited streaming of Hello Hello via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Black T-Shirt with white DIVERS logo.
Divers Hello Hello (Party Damage). Ever hear an album so good you actually feel ashamed of yourself for not having any idea of who the band were? Listening to this Portland band’s album is similar to not watching an episode of Seinfeld until the last season. Granted, this is the first album from Divers, but they had to have released music before that I should have been familiar with this, even if it’s only half as magnificent as these tunes. The formula Divers utilize is nothing new. Garage rock and post-punk with powerful moments rooted in pop, classic and indie.
Artist: Divers Title Of Album: Hello Hello Year Of Release: February 17, 2015 Label: Party Damage Genre: Indie Rock, Garage, Alternative Quality: MP3 FLAC (tracks) Bitrate: 320 kbps lo. Tracklist: 1. Getaway (1:53) 2. Blood Song (3:55) 3. Listen, Teller (3:35) 4. Lacuna (4:04) 5. Great Escape (4:41) 6. Breathless (2:50) 7. Tracks (3:40) 8. Wild Calling (3:10) 9. Last Dance (4:19) 10.
Listen online top songs Divers. Download the latest song of Hello Hello: Listen, Teller. Divers - Hello Hello. Release source: CD. Year: 2015.
Judging from new LP Hello Hello, the Portland punks are steeped in that post-Springsteen punk tradition, with shades of everyone from Joe Strummer to Paul Westerberg to the Gaslight Anthem to Okkervil River to the Hold Steady in the mix. That continuum of hard-charging Americana runs deep, but Divers more than stay afloat (aquatic metaphor). Anthems like Tracks and Wild Calling could pass for pop-punk Arcade Fire, and I mean that in an entirely positive tone.