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Synchronised Sinking - The Lucksmiths - Why That Doesnt Surprise Me (CD, Album)

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  1. AllMusic Why That Doesn't Surprise Me is the sixth album by The Lucksmiths, released on 5 March on Candle Records (catalogue number CAN). Track listing [ edit ] "Music to Hold Hands To" – Genre: Indie pop.
  2. Synchronised Sinking Lyrics: You don't need to ask me twice / I'm not averse to giving advice / On a barstool basis / Four o'clock sounds fine to me / I'll meet you at the library / There's.
  3. The Lucksmiths were an Australian indie pop band formed in March by Marty Donald on guitar, Mark Monnone on bass guitar and Tali White on drums and lead vocals. Louis Richter (ex-Mid State Orange) joined on guitar in They released eight studio albums, First Tape (1 September ), The Green Bicycle Case (July ), What Bird Is That?.
  4. Why That Doesn't Surprise Me, an Album by The Lucksmiths. Released in March on Candle (catalog no. LUC11; CD). Genres: Indie Pop.
  5. Synchronised Sinking (radio session) Postcard; The Year of Driving Languorously (radio session) Both Kellie and Darren played major roles on The Lucksmiths' acclaimed album 'Why That Doesn't Surprise Me'. the Lucksmiths' new two-CD curios collection serves as an excellent primer on the Australian group's year history and a.
  6. Beach Boys Medley Lyrics: For five months he was dry / Feb til July / But he found a little song / Wrapped up in a dream / Gave some thought to the rhymes / Put a little work into the chorus line.
  7. Sep 12,  · The cognoscenti will appreciate subtleties such as "Fear of Rollercoasters"' use of amusement-park phobia as a metaphor for that rush of fear when embarking on a new romance. All in all, another lovely album from the Lucksmiths, which doesn't surprise me at all/5(3).
  8. At this point, the Lucksmiths seem fated to a lifetime of comparisons to Belle & Sebastian-- granted, both bands share a common sensibility distinguished by the same cynical lyricism, gorgeously immediate melodies, and gilded harmonies, but with the stunning Why That Doesn't Surprise Me, the Lucksmiths have plainly staked out their own territory as well.8/

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