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The Thermals: I don´t believe you (Single, 2010)

 

El nuevo disco del trío de Portland The Thermals aparecerá este próximo mes de Septiembre. Como adelanto, el combo edita este single que puedes descargar gratuitamente, para ir abriendo boca. El tema, en realidad, es un trallazo de adrenalina post-adolescente. Un estallido de vitalidad Power-Pop que no te puedes quitar de encima. Un tema de los de antes, con todos los elementos clásicos de una canción Pop, pero que precisamente por eso posee toda la calidad que atesora. La canción por la que Paul Weller mataría por cerrar sus conciertos. No te la deberías perder…

The Thermals – I Don´t Believe You (Single, 2010)

“It’s been a busy few years for The Thermals! Since signing with beloved Northwest indie label Kill Rock Stars in 2009, The Thermals have released one LP (Now We Can See), three singles (“Now We Can See”, “We Were Sick”, “Canada”), and two split singles (with their friends The Cribs and Thao With The Get Down Stay Down). They toured Europe five times and the U.S. six times, and even went to CHINA and ate a chicken’s foot. The Thermals’ career has become a metaphor for their live show – exuberantly fast-paced and fun, with no signs of slowing down any time soon.
Which brings us to The Thermals’ latest single, “I Don’t Believe You,” the first single from their upcoming hit record Personal Life (due September 7, 2010 on Kill Rock Stars). Not a drastic (or any kind of) departure from their previous singles, “I Don’t Believe You” combines all of the winning elements The Thermals have used in the past to craft their brand of modern post-pop-punk-power-pop. From the ridiculously catchy guitar riff that opens the song to the group “Oh-Oh-Ohs!” to the snappy, bratty lyrics, “I Don’t Believe You” is really just one hook to the next. If you hear this song once, you’ll be singing along with it every time you hear it from then on. The b-side, “There’s Nothing You Can’t Learn” is a bass-heavy Breeders-inspired stomp that continues one of The Thermals’ favorite themes – loving or leaving everything that is crazy and wrong in the world.
“I Don’t Believe You,” as well as the rest of Personal Life, was produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie, Telekinesis) in The Thermals’ hometown of Portland, Oregon. Walla mixed The Thermals 1st LP More Parts Per Million and produced its follow-up, Fuckin’ A”
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5 agosto, 2010 Posted by | The Thermals | Deja un comentario

   

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