The Jesus Cleaver - Life In Clouds mp3 album
- Performer: The Jesus Cleaver
- Title: Life In Clouds
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: AA AC3 MP4 AAC MPC AU MP3
- Released: 2012
- Style: Synth-pop, Darkwave
- MP3 album: 1188 mb
- FLAC album: 1687 mb
- Rating: 4.6/5
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- Artwork By – John P Shea
- Backing Vocals – Stella Shea (tracks: 1,4)
- Bass Guitar – John P Shea (tracks: 1,3,7)
- Drum Programming – John P Shea
- Electric Guitar – Blu Blak Truk (tracks: 5,7), John P Shea (tracks: 3)
- Keyboards – John P Shea
- Lead Vocals – John P Shea
- Percussion – Stella Shea (tracks: 1)
- Producer – John P Shea
- Written By – John P Shea
NotesEXJCCD0002. Part 1 of the follow-up album for the 2010 debut, "A Private Encyclopaedia". "Life In Clouds" (part 1) features 6 original tracks, including the single "Mercy", which debuted as the band's first music video @ http://youtu.be/hvT96JcTaIo
"Life In Clouds" continues to see The Jesus Cleaver moving in many musical directions at once, whilst traversing familiar dark romantic songscapes. The current single, "Mercy", opens the album with darkwave/synthpop sensibilities, complete with lead vintage synth duelling with a bass guitar melody.
"Girl With No Name" takes the listener down the rabbit hole in a bass-heavy synth frenzy. The anthemic "New Day" refrains with the inexorable lyrics "Love will come and love will go", to an equally inescapable bass guitar line and heavy percussion.
The title track, "Life In Clouds", opens a deeply personal emotional vein, tapped in minimalist, ethereal styling. The post-industrial "Empty" follows, wrapped in circuit-bent guitar power, courtesy of fellow Brisbane act, Blu Blak Truk. Recording the vocals for this track saw founding singer/songwriter John P Shea admitted to hospital shortly awards, undergoing urgent abdominal surgery. “Needless to say”, explained Shea, "I now have a rather special relationship with this song", having delivered the required "sense of command" in the vocals, and then endured the aftermath.
The closing track (for part 1), "Oramics Interlude", is a humble tribute to British synth pioneer, Daphne Oram, without whom there would be no BBC Radiophonic Workshop, and thus no Doctor Who theme song. The track was composed on the Oramics emulator, and highlights the expressiveness of Oram's remarkable creation, the original of which is currently being restored and cloned at The Science Museum in London (visit http://daphneoram.org/ for further information).
Overall, "Life In Clouds" represents a deeper, more textured offering, with a stronger and more confident delivery. The second part of the album is expected to be released in 2013, once Shea completes a self-imposed vocal rest period following his recent health incident.
Part 2 Update:
The second single, "Europa" was release on 4th of March 2013, with the remaining tracks planned to be progressively released in 2013 as production is completed.