The National - Sleep Well Beast There's No Leaving New York Exclusive Green Vinyl Edition mp3 album
Limited indie exclusive 2xLP (TRANSLUCENT blue vinyl) release. Pressed on 2x12" standard weight translucent blue vinyl. My blue EU records were covered in cardboard flakes brand new out of the packet so pulling it out that first time sounded like nails on a chalkboard. Had to replace the inner sleeves with poly ones. Reply Notify me Helpful. Good pressing if there is some, go change to a new one.
Sleep Well Beast is the seventh studio album by American indie rock band The National, released on September 8, 2017 through 4AD. The album won a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album at the 60th Grammy Awards.
Sleep Well Beast Lyrics. We've been stuck out here in the hallway for way way too long I'm at a loss, I'm at a loss, I'm losing grip, the fabric's ripped Go back to sleep, let me drive, let me think, let me figure it out How to get us back to the place where we were when we first. We leave our saviors wrapped around the necks of new machines Or at the ends of threads that hold their bodies to the ground And then the men who look a little like they feel like me Offered them some bottled water, then they cut them down I came back to see if you were here, but everything was different Your. It feels like we’re in this period where there’s a tendency to just want to hibernate when things get really fucking weird. It’s an escape to try to sleep through it, but the beast for me isn’t a negative thing: it’s the future. We’ve all got kids, and when I see all of our kids.
Seven albums in, The National have solidified their songwriting with confident nuance, and 'Sleep Well Beast' is another milestone on this consistent band's upward curve. Standout ballad 'Carin at the Liquor Store' waltzes and wanders through melancholic nostalgia and glimmers of hope, exemplifying the sound and storytelling that The National are so renowned and respected for. Small cracks in the concrete gloom appear with the more energetic and optimistic tracks, allowing just enough light in for this masterfully executed album to encourage repeat listens, which will.
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The National has a (very good) new album out Friday called Sleep Well Beast. There's a striking moment during the third track, "Walk It Back," during which the vocals drop out and a female voice recites an eerie spoken-word bit about the manipulation of discernible reality for political ends. It sounds so un-National-like that it's hard to miss. The quote originated in a 2004 New York Times piece about the Bush presidency. The author, Ron Suskind, attributes it only to an unnamed "senior adviser to Bush," who was later said to be key Bush architect Rove (though Rove denies ever saying it). Back then, Suskind thought the words were key to the "very heart of the Bush presidency," with its catastrophic lies about Iraq and weapons of mass destruction.
Elegant melancholia isn’t enough for the National anymore. On its seventh album, Sleep Well Beast, its new songs have more rhythmic ferment and melodic crosscurrents; they translate emotional complexity into musical counterpoint. Until now, the National’s trajectory was fairly linear. From its self-titled 2001 debut album onward, the National was a band growing consistently more polished, resourceful and secure. Sleep Well Beast gives the band’s sound a jolt
Listening to Nobody Else Will Be There, the opener to Sleep Well Beast, is like watching someone slowly break down and cry, without knowing the reason. There are hints in the lyrics ( why are we still out here, holding our coats"/we look like children ) or the ominous guitar loops – but really, it comes down to Matt’s performance, even more vulnerable and intimate than usual. This extends to the production, as for the first time since Boxer, there’s barely any reverb tail on Matt’s voice, and the low end has returned
There have been sticky times for the National, even moments where the band feared it might implode. Before beginning Sleep Well Beast, Bryce Dessner was explicit that he wanted some elements to change. There was a transition in technology, which happened around Boxer, when we all suddenly had Pro Tools at home and we started working separately, he says. It wasn’t joyless, but it started to become a more methodical thing.
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