Complete your Cult Of Youth collection.
Includes lyrics & info sheet. Includes digital download. All songs written and recorded at Heaven Street through the dark days and bright nights of 2013 and 2014.
Using acoustic and electronic instruments, found sounds and an extensive tribal rhythm section, Cult of Youth have put it all out on the table and left us with their magnum opus.
Artist: Cult Of Youth. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. FLAC (307 mb): hitfile: download. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: December 30, 2012 - Cult of Youth – Love Will Prevail (2012). February 25, 2011 - Cult Of Youth – Cult Of Youth (2011).
Cult Of Youth fucked up when they released Love Will Prevail while it was still warm outside. The Brooklyn outfit dropped their sophomore album in early September 2012, and I have a vivid memory of attempting to process its grand, dark, propulsive songs while walking my dog through beautifully hazy late-summer heat. This was the wrong context for Love Will Prevail, a heady and ritualistic punk album that seemed beamed in from some older, more brutal civilization. Now: Love Will Prevail does not need things like complementary weather to be a great album. It simply is a great album.
Band Name Cult Of Youth. Album Name Final Days. Released date 11 November 2014. Labels Sacred Bones Records. Members owning this album1.
Brooklyn band Cult of Youth began as the bedroom recording project of former Love as Laughter bassist Sean Ragon and grew from the Pogues-channeling lo-fi Celtic folk-punk of their 2008 debut, A Stick to Bind, a Seed to Grow, into a far darker and more refined beast by the time of 2012's standout album Love Will Prevail. That record found Ragon and his cast of various collaborators delivering austere neo-folk somewhere between the Celtic rave-ups of their beginnings and the grim acoustic dirges of Death in June.
It proves to be a much gnarlier, nastier record than 2012's Love Will Prevail. Since debuting in 2007 as a solo acoustic mission, Ragon has been gradually adding more members, not to just elaborate upon his neofolk-rooted sound, but to seemingly recruit soldiers for war. But on Final Days, he’s not so much fighting to save the planet as our collective sense of empathy-because without the latter, the former is essentially doomed.
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