Lane – Where Things Were – Last Sessions 11/21 – VINYL LP


EAN : 5051083185745

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At the time of the band’s split, the quintet from Angers were preparing the recording of their third album with a pre-prod recorded in their premises. It’s these sessions, mixed and mastered, that the band offer us as a testimony, this one under the name Where Things Were.

We shouldn’t think that ‘Where Things Were’ is just a rough draft of an album. We all know how uncompromising the Maine-beat five are with their sound, and that the recording conditions were practically the same as for ‘Teaching Not to Pray’, their first 4-title album, and A Shiny Day, their first album with Camille Belin at the helm. You’ll just have to imagine what might have been less raw and perhaps less spontaneous in the studio.

But let’s not speculate, and let’s enjoy the band at their most inspired, faithful to their three-guitar pop-punk. This album is like a flying cobblestone, with ten tracks that are violent, airy and full of promise.

There’s no doubt that each of them will go on to new projects.
It’s not a farewell, just a goodbye.

Tracklist :

A1 Nice Shot
A2 Sunday Night
A3 Vermilion
A4 Blue Montains
A5 Tchernobyl
B1 Shame
B2 Charlie Brown
B3 Painted White
B4 Elliott Bay
B5 Deadly Kiss

Additional information
Weight 250 g




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