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The Grenadines - Band On The Radio

The Grenadines

Band On The Radio

Release date: March 27, 2020
HIGHWAY HYMNS AND LATE SUMMER TUNES The Grenadines is ready with their second full-length record ‘Band on The Radio’ on CD & LP. In the 3.5 years since releasing their debut album The Grenadines have been writing and recording new material. On the debut album there were two dogmas: Do not say no to ideas, and let the recordings and songwriting happen quick and instantly. The dogmas has been put aside and the band have worked in depth with song and text writing and experimented with the recordings until the right sound was there. The result is a more detailed and mature album. On this new album, the Copenhagen based band is leaning towards the big rock and folk heroes such as Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Mark Knopfler among others. The lyrics’ point of departure is the calm and resilient man in the midst of the changing and uncertain time in the world. Directed at an indisputable and universal truth; we live in a tiny fraction of eternity. Therefore, according to The Grenadines, you owe world to reflect on things that are bigger than yourself and more than now and here. The music is grounded and straightforward, and the mix of ballads, highway hymns and late summer tunes sends references across the history of rock music. The listener of classical rock will undoubtedly be drawn in by The Grenadines‘ aesthetics. Together with bassist Dennis Debannic and guitarist / producer Kasper Ejlerskov Leonhardt, the band with the two lead singers Laurits Emanuel and Morten Fillipsen has made an album as a unified band - an album made for the car radio driving 70 mph on the highway.
  • 1. Fireworks
  • 2. Brighter Days
  • 3. The Mountains
  • 4. High Heels
  • 5. Rufio And The Rancor
  • 6. For You I Would Die Again
  • 7. Sweetest Dream
  • 8. A Letter
  • 9. Band On The Radio
  • 10. Times Come In Blue
  • 11. Brighter Days (Radio Edit)
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