|Circles And Squares||5:19|
|Through The Dirt And The Gravel||4:06|
|Act On Impulse||5:31|
|Hard To Remember||4:35|
|Picture Of Health||4:22|
|Boy In The Backseat||5:21|
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In the Pit of the Stomach is the second studio album by Scottish indie rock band We Were Promised Jetpacks, released on October 4, 2011 on Fat Cat Records. All songs written by Adam John Thomson. Circles and Squares" - 5:19. Through the Dirt and the Gravel" - 4:06. Act on Impulse" - 5:31. Hard to Remember" - 4:35. Picture of Health" - 4:22. Boy In the Backseat" - 5:21.
We Were Promised Jetpacks are a Scottish indie rock band from Edinburgh, formed in 2003. The band consists of Adam Thompson (vocals, guitar), Michael Palmer (guitar), Sean Smith (bass), and Darren Lackie (drums). Stuart McGachan (keyboards, guitar) was a member of the band from 2012 to 2015. The band's debut album, These Four Walls, was released on 15 June 2009 on Fat Cat Records. In October 2011 the band released their second full-length album, In the Pit of the Stomach
Album In the Pit of the Stomach. Boy In The Backseat Lyrics. I buried my head in the sand There's no use in us making plans If there's breath in my lungs I'm keeping myself to myself Still gathering dust on that shelf It was breath my lungs And there's war to be won . In the Pit of the Stomach We Were Promised Jetpacks. 1. Circles And Squares. 6. Picture Of Health. 8. Boy In The Backseat.
But based on the name We Were Promised Jetpacks, you might think they're a hyper-stimulated and wordy post-hardcore/emo act too. That's also kinda true. Shuttling between the sound of weathered, masculine brooding and the lyrical sentiment of immobilized, teenage pining, they're something of a genre of one that's managed to sound perfectly compatible as an opener for both Twilight Sad and Jimmy Eat World. Feeling stuck is certainly something WWPJ identify with. As with These Four Walls, the pervading feeling expressed on In the Pit of the Stomach is foretold by its title: a sense of jittery readiness as reaction to the unease of being trapped inside yourself. Fittingly, WWPJ's musicianship sports the tightly-coiled motions of someone trying to bust out of restraints- drill-like riffs and insistent hi-hats are punctuated by short, almost epileptic bursts of distortion and drum rattle.
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Artist: We Were Promised Jetpacks. Album: In the Pit of the Stomach. Meanwhile, Mikey’s there in the background tremoloing away like a madman. somewhere around the 15th/14th fret on the A string. He’s pretty hard to hear, so if you fancy playing that part then just screw around with it until you.
We Were Promised Jetpacks. This band isn’t trying to be emo, punk, or indie; they just are who they are. From the first cymbal crashes on album opener Circles and Squares, they have your attention. Vocalist Adam Thompson’s voice often sounds as if he’s standing across the room from the microphone, but somehow it’s never overshadowed by the rest of the band. Current single Medicine features lyrics that give its title credence, as Thompson sings, I’ve torn through the pages/Of the years I’ve wasted/I’ve stolen all my stories/Just copied and pasted. It’s like he’s asking for the stuff
2011 We Were Promised Jetpacks under exclusive license to FatCat Records. More By We Were Promised Jetpacks. See All. These Four Walls.
Jetpacks, however, were (and still are) the babies of the bunch, with just one album to their name and – with them barely out of their teens – a significantly lower average age. It’s been a little over two years since the release of their acclaimed (and astonishing) debut LP, These Four Walls, in which time, it seems, the band have had time to work out a suitably impressive path to take. More than anything, In the Pit of the Stomach is powered by an edgy, nervous hunger – a sense of being on the verge of getting exactly what you want but full in the knowledge and with the expectation that it won’t ever actually happen. It’s the sound of perpetually chasing a dream, of a nightmare that won’t go away and of the ache that the lacuna that loss (through heartbreak or death or both) leaves you with and never lets you forget. It’s also the sound of boys becoming men, of a band most assuredly coming of age.