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The Clientele - Music For The Age Of Miracles album

The Clientele - Music For The Age Of Miracles album
Performer: The Clientele
Title: Music For The Age Of Miracles
Released: 2017
Country: US
Style: Indie Rock, Brit Pop
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 315
Formats: MP1 MP3 MPC TTA VQF ADX XM
MP3 size: 1812 mb
FLAC size: 1407 mb

Tracklist

The Neighbor
Lyra In April
Lunar Days
Falling Asleep
Everything You See Tonight Is Different From Itself
Lyra In October
Everyone You Meet
The Circus
Constellations Echo Lanes
The Museum Of Fog
North Circular Days
The Age Of Miracles
All Alone
Lyra In August

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MRG607 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, blu + 7") Merge Records MRG607 US 2017
MRG607 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles ‎(14xFile, FLAC, Album, Dlx) Merge Records MRG607 US 2017
MRG607 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles ‎(CD, Album) Merge Records MRG607 US 2017
TR375 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles ‎(CD, Album) Tapete Records TR375 Europe 2017
TR375 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Tapete Records TR375 Europe 2017
MRG607 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles ‎(LP, Album) Merge Records MRG607 US 2017
TR375 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles ‎(LP, Album + CD, Album) Tapete Records TR375 Europe 2017
TR385 The Clientele Music For The Age Of Miracles ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Gat + 7" + CD, Album) Tapete Records TR385 Europe 2017


Although they haven't made a record together for many years, from the first notes of the Clientele's 2017 album, Music for the Age of Miracles, it's like they never went away. The same lovely, strolling melodies, Alasdair MacLean's companionable vocals, the expansive sweep of the arrangements; it's all there and as breathtakingly beautiful as ever

Alasdair MacLean closes Music for the Age of Miracles with what can be called a confession: Lately I’ve been living like I’m so far away/Like I’m somebody else, in some other place, he sings during the chorus of the record’s last and best song, The Age of Miracles, a beautiful reflection on adjusting to the effects of age. and the arc of time. For a few years, the Clientele seemed to be finished. In the summer of 2011, they announced an indefinite hiatus, nearly two years after releasing Bonfires on the Heath, an exquisite record that would have bid an appropriate adieu. But over the next several years, occasional shows, a batch of odds-and-ends, a reissue, and sporadic singles burbled up.

Album Music for the Age of Miracles. The Age of Miracles Lyrics. Swallows wheel from sun-bleached eaves Trucks glow on peripheries Light the lamps, the empty house is falling. Turning corners into light Turning corners into light Light the lamps, the empty house is falling. In the age of miracles, well all that you hear Is the sound of the wind The wind in the elds (Drinking in days and days of summer light) Wake up in the night time with the silence so close Hear the same loving ghost (The same loving ghost) That you heard as a boy (Days and days of summer light) Lately. I’ve been living like I’m so far away Like I’m somebody else In some other place Now the year is turning and the eeriness comes To the boughs of the elms To the faces I love Headlights move on tree-lined roads Nativity plays The dance of our days The dance of our days The dance of our days.

London indie-rock veterans The Clientele are returning, after a seven-year-absence, with Music for the Age of Miracles. The record is out on Merge Records on September 22. They’ve also released the first single from the album in lyric video form, the typically and appealingly lazy/hazy Lunar Days, a romantic tune with the threat of a monster hanging over it. The art and full tracklist for the album, featuring titles which read like they could be referring to Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials, is below

Of the album's 12 tracks, three are brief instrumental interludes with mythical titles - "Lyra in April", "Lyra in October", and "North Circular Days". It actually sounds like it's going to be a hard left for this band, but in come the trumpets, harps, and vocals alluding to empty faces and empty houses  . That makes all the difference with a group like the Clientele and Music for the Age of Miracles puts them right back where they were, where they belonged all along.

5. Everything You See Tonight Is Different From Itself. 7. Everyone You Meet.

Our new studio album, ‘Music for the Age of Miracles was released on September 22nd 2017. The sky over Tenochtitlan darkens; flashes of lighting; then rain sweeping off the lake. Down by the docks, Cortes and Montezuma take shelter in a doorway.

The Clientele - The Circus Lyrics. Sweet night time Us drinking our wine Bats sang the songs of the night And the circus passed by When everything rang in the dark There were. The Clientele Lyrics. Music for the Age of Miracles Album. The Clientele - The Circus Lyrics. Artist: The Clientele. Album: Music for the Age of Miracles. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive.

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Kadar
Lovely record; one of their best, I think. But those of you who find the Merge pressing troublesome should get the European pressing from Tapete Records (Germany): clean and warm sound, no pops or noise whatsoever. I got mine directly from the label.
Faehn
The reviews I have read of this LP are a bit pedantic and trying really hard to somehow pretend this is a departure from the Clientele's signature rainy-day baroque sound they've peddled post 'Strange Geometry' (as opposed to the etiolated lo-fi brilliance of their rainy-day-park bench 60's anthems of the Violet Hour, and to a lesser extent, the ornate avant-pop of Strange Geometry), where I find this new LP a logical extension of Bonfires on the Heath, and, if anything, it's a bit more like their older work in many more ways than Minotaur or the The Night a Forest Grew EP. The production is crisp and the songwriting strong, and to me this is welcome LP from one of my all-time favorite bands and fits nicely into their incredible catalogue. The early singles will always ring as my favorites, but every record has been a treat and after 3 listens in 2 days, I can say this will be a contender for record of the year for sure.
Maman
anybody have any issues with this pressing? my copy has a ton of surface noise / pops from the start (not fixed by cleaning).
Riavay
Same issue with the pale blue pressing. Really is a shame being such a marvelous record. Perhaps I'll seek out the European press. Pardon me if this has been mentioned, but does anyone know if the black press of this in the US is this bad?
Gholbirdred
Chiming in here, my copy of the pale blue edition is extremely poor quality. So bad that by the time i got to the second track on B side, Everyone You Meet, I had to stop playing altogether out of frustration. What a bummer, i think this might be my favorite album since Strange Geometry.
Marilore
Just listened to side one and only had issues with the first track. Haven't heard side two yet, but this doesn't bode well. My copy also didn't come with the 7", which is incredibly annoying.
Adorardana
unfortunately the standard black pressing doesn't sound much better—pops and crackles throughout. at least it comes with a FLAC option for the download.
Gajurus
Yep, mine is the same. Also not fixed by cleaning. To me, it's unlistenable. Side two is worse than side one.
Ironfire
The same for mine. Sometimes the warm noises create some support for The Clientele's atmospheric music but yes, it is mostly annoying than supporting.
Hbr
Mine too. There's persistent clicks and pops. Great music, beautiful package, yet a horrible pressing - it's really a shame.
Gaiauaco
Mine too, side one especially has a lot of pops, no skips, but certainly not a clean sound, which is disappointing
Ubrise
thanks for the reply. seems like it's an issue with the entire pressing.
Brightcaster
ahh. that sounds about right. too bad the pressing has so many problems. it really does sound like a VG or worse grade record. the music is indeed great, however!
BlackBerry
I've heard that from a couple other people, so I think the answer is "Yes"
Umrdana
Mine pops and crackles all the way through. It's probably the second worst-sounding new record I've ever purchased. The music itself is great, though. I've been enjoying the digital copy.
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