Opaque Orange Variant of Love Always, Leviathan. Includes unlimited streaming of Love Always, Leviathan via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 4 days. All music written by: Icarus The Owl Lyrics written by: Joey Rubenstein Vocals performed by: Joey Rubenstein Guitars performed by: Joey Rubenstein Bass performed by: Joey Rubenstein and Stephan Hawkes Drums performed by: Rob Bernknopf Additional guitars on track 11 performed by: AJ Stacher Additional instrumentation arranged by: Joey Rubenstein Mixed, mastered, and recorded by: Stephan Hawkes @ Interlace Audio Female vocals on track
Love Always, Leviathan Lyrics. I'm watching the wind take everyone off of their feet And place them on cars in the middle of the street Lights flicker on and off but they never seem to go out They'll burn the brightest when no one is around.
Icarus the Owl is an American alternative rock band based in Portland, Oregon formed in 2009. The band currently consists of vocalist Joey Rubenstein, lead guitarist Tim Brown, percussionist Rob Bernknopf, and bassist Jake Thomas-Low. The band has self-released 4 studio albums titled The Spotless Mind (2009), Love Always, Leviathan (2012), Icarus the Owl (2014), and Pilot Waves (2015), and one EP titled Qualia (2011).
Icarus The Owl. Released 2012. Love Always, Leviathan Tracklist. 1. The Hum Of A Ceiling Light Lyrics. 2. Nuclear Towns Lyrics. 3. What We Had Was Never Love Lyrics.
12th track off Icarus the Owl's brand new album "Love Always, Leviathan," set to be released on June 21st. Lyrics: I'm watching the wind take everyone off of their feet and place them upon cars in the middle of the street Lights flicker on and off, but they never seem to go out They'll burn the brightest when no one is around.
Clean guitar tapping is certainly here, delightful clean vocals grace the album’s presence, and soothing ballads find their home inside the tracklist, as expected. However, the edge that Icarus the Owl possesses is their keen sense of instrumentation. Each song carries a memorable melody, sure, but how they go about achieving that melody is the most roundabout way possible.
|1||The Hum Of A Ceiling Light||3:17|
|3||What We Had Was Never Love||4:01|
|4||Tear Down The Mountain||2:57|
|6||Conversations With Dirt||3:51|
|7||Tag! No Bases.||2:59|
|8||Rinse And Start Over||4:02|
|9||Frog In A Well||3:36|
|10||Swimming With Weights||3:29|
|11||Chemicals And Flesh||6:26|
|12||Love Always, Leviathan.||7:37|