The Slow Readers Club – The Slow Readers Club (2011/2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

The Slow Readers Club - The Slow Readers Club (2011/2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: The Slow Readers Club
Album: The Slow Readers Club
Genre: Pop Rock, Indie Rock
Release Date: 2011/2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 43:36
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 508 MB

Tracklist:

1-1. The Slow Readers Club – One Chance (2021 Remaster) (03:51)
1-2. The Slow Readers Club – One More Minute (2021 Remaster) (03:26)
1-3. The Slow Readers Club – Frozen (2021 Remaster) (04:04)
1-4. The Slow Readers Club – Block Out The Sun (2021 Remaster) (04:48)
1-5. The Slow Readers Club – All Hope, All Faith (2021 Remaster) (02:57)
1-6. The Slow Readers Club – Sirens (2021 Remaster) (02:57)
1-7. The Slow Readers Club – Feet on Fire (2021 Remaster) (03:19)
1-8. The Slow Readers Club – Follow Me Down (2021 Remaster) (04:43)
1-9. The Slow Readers Club – Lost Boys (2021 Remaster) (03:15)
1-10. The Slow Readers Club – Learn To Love The System (2021 Remaster) (04:09)
1-11. The Slow Readers Club – She Wears A Frown (2021 Remaster) (03:03)
1-12. The Slow Readers Club – Stop Wasting Time (2021 Remaster) (02:58)

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Manchester-based electro/indie quartet Slow Readers Club make guitar-centric pop music with a dark, dramatic edge. The first iteration of the band, Omerta, formed in 2003. They signed to Northern Ambition two years later but suddenly disappeared in 2007. Five years passed before vocalist Aaron Starkie resurrected the group, changing their name to Slow Readers Club in the process. In 2011, they self-released their eponymous debut album amid ongoing changes to the line-up. In 2013 they had settled on Aaron Starkie (vocals), Kurtis Starkie (guitar), Jim Ryan (bass), and David Whitworth (Drums). In 2014 they the first band asked to play at Manchester Central Library. Given that the name of the venue couldn’t be more apt, the band filmed and recorded the gig, releasing it as a live album, Slow Readers Club: Live at the Library, later the same year. In 2015 they released their sophomore full-length, Cavalcade; upon hearing the record, a member of Mancunian band James invited the group to support them on their Girl at the End of the World tour. In the three years that followed, Slow Readers Club focused on live shows and festivals, slowly building up a fan base in the rest of the U.K. By 2018, they had signed to Modern Sky – their first label since re-forming – to release their third studio album, Build a Tower.

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