Kodaline - Politics Of Living album flac
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Politics Of Living
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Kodaline Politics Of Living.
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That connection gets stronger on Politics of Living, an album that surrounds big choruses with digital rhythms, glimmering piano riffs and synths. These sonic experiments have invigorated the Irish quartet without sacrificing their emotional power: They conjure irresistible optimism on Head Held High, pay tribute to a teenage fan who passed away after their 2016 gig at Dublin’s Marlay Park ( Angel ), and consider joy and sorrow through the bottom of a pint glass on Temple Bar. Politics of Living Kodaline. On Raging, their 2016 collaboration with Norwegian DJ/producer Kygo, Kodaline traced a line of kinship between their impassioned arena rock and the stirring swells, peaks and drops of dance music. That connection gets stronger on Politics of Living, an album that surrounds big choruses with digital rhythms, glimmering piano riffs and synths.
Kodaline - Politics of Living. Alternative 9 months ago. Download. 01. Kodaline - Follow Your Fire. 03. Kodaline - Angel. 04. Kodaline - Worth It. 05. Kodaline - Shed a Tear. 06. Kodaline - Head Held High. 07. Kodaline - Born Again. 08. Kodaline - I Wouldn't Be.
Kodaline recently told the BBC that marriage proposals take place at 80 per cent of their shows, but after cancelling a string of European dates in 2017 for the purposes of focussing on writing their third record, Kodaline have set the bar high for Politics of Living. Whether or not they meet these expectations is hard to say. The record as a whole is a little disjointed, veering between happy and sad and in between, almost begging for a common theme or thread of connection. Despite a few duds, Politics of Living gets a thumbs up overall, although I can’t help but feel that the album would sound better in a pared down setting, without the obtrusive studio interference. It’s hard not to like Kodaline, in spite of their sometimes excessive sentimentality, for their genuine and heartfelt approach to their craft. It’s not hard to see why people like the universality and poignancy of their music.