All The Luck In The World – How the Ash Felt (2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 44,1 kHz]

All The Luck In The World - How the Ash Felt (2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: All The Luck In The World
Album: How the Ash Felt
Genre: Folk, Rock
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 37:47
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 394 MB


01. All The Luck In The World – Five Feathers (03:43)
02. All The Luck In The World – Waves Poem (02:58)
03. All The Luck In The World – Only Avenues (03:37)
04. All The Luck In The World – Patterns (03:43)
05. All The Luck In The World – Talons (04:02)
06. All The Luck In The World – Holding My Arms in at the End (01:17)
07. All The Luck In The World – Rue De L’enfer (03:00)
08. All The Luck In The World – Hollowing (03:31)
09. All The Luck In The World – Equinox (03:49)
10. All The Luck In The World – Sparky (04:11)
11. All The Luck In The World – I’ve Been Trying (03:51)

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“Only Avenues” is an example of the complex compositions that await us on “How The Ash Felt”, and a meditation full of poetry as cryptic as it is personal, which goes from a bookstore in a place called Waverly to an empty train to an elevated railway, only to see at the end: “We’re only avenues halfway down the high line.” A song that sounds a bit like Alt-J Readiohead’s “How to Disappear Completely” came up with.
The video for “Only Avenues” shows the streets of Marseilles – sometimes more, sometimes less lively. In between sequences of the band, playing music and making their way together as a unit through a scrub of streets and paths. A sea of impressions, being alone and small in an anonymous, overwhelming environment and yet finding its footing through interpersonal encounter. In addition, the music, which is easily able to awaken feelings in you, of whose existence not even the subconscious had previously taken notice.

The three Irish songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Neil Foot, Ben Connolly and Kelvin Barr have known each other since school days, have been writing music together for just as long and recently moved from the tranquil Irish province to Berlin. Of all places. And while a move to the capital would be a tipping point for quite a few, from which you get nothing on the chain, the band proves the exact opposite on their latest album “How The Ash Felt”: Apparently, the three have not only found a new home in Berlin, but also a new form of artistic coexistence and working, within which they can decisively develop their sound, their musical vision. ´

And of course, the thought immediately arises that the corona pandemic and what it has done with us is also being negotiated here: Because loneliness, loss and uncertainty are, in addition to everything else, central topics of “How The Ash Felt”, that – even more than its predecessors – feels a little more international: The songs play in New York City, in France, the east coast of Ireland and, of course, in Berlin. But pandemic or not, “How The Ash Felt” is also about facing your feelings and realizing that sometimes you can’t escape your own ghosts.

With “Only Avenues”, “All the Luck in the World” succeeds in combining both: extremely personal feelings and nostalgic memory, which sometimes feels like a fading Polaroid and sometimes like a music cassette in the car radio, with the vastness and the never-ending promise of being on the road. Beautiful.

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