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8 thoughts on “ A Feeling We Get - The Wytches - All Your Happy Life (CDr, Album)

  1. Album Description. U.K. garage trio the Wytches follow up their ramshackle debut with All Your Happy Life, a second dark dosage of sprawling lo-fi rock, this time co-produced by Jim Sclavunos, Luke Oldfield, and the band itself.
  2. The Wytches’ second album, All Your Happy Life, draws on a lifetime’s worth of new experiences shoehorned into two whirlwind years since their acclaimed debut album Annabel Dream geopacchesscencanslidecurxitizuthi.coinfo’s no difficult second album syndrome here. This black-hearted set is a combination of heavy comedown psychedelia and bilious and brilliant baroque ‘n’ roll.
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  4. Sep 30,  · All Your Happy Life is the second album from English rock act The Wytches, out in September on Heavenly Recordings. The release was recorded by Jim Sclavunos (Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds / Grinderman) in Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire and then Toe Rag in East London, and mixed by Sclavunos and Mikey Young/5(8).
  5. Jul 21,  · And a place we an go, But you know now i'm not sure. I knew you so well, Until I couldn't tell. All the secret shame, That's enough, Just enough to maintain. Tried to make sense outside, But I couldn't open my eyes. Everyday I get this feeling I can't shake, When the sun beats on my face.
  6. The Wytches have jumped directly under a dark cloud of psychedelic intense punk with their new album ‘All Your Happy Life’, where we get to visualise the insane and cleverly twisted minds of each member.
  7. To the Dethroned and the Damned All Your Happy Life is much closer to post-hardcore than to garage rock. The album is nervous and often the sound is on the edge of hysteria. “Dead night again, the dark isn't moving, light only died for the river, trees hang above the road that leads up to the gray hill.
  8. In June, Brighton-based bruisers The Wytches released Home Recordings, a scrappy seven-track EP that felt like a way of creating buzz around a forthcoming new geopacchesscencanslidecurxitizuthi.coinfosingly, All Your Happy Life - the band’s follow-up to ’s polished debut album Annabel Dream Reader – sounds just as lo-fi as their stop-gap collection of bedroom demos.

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