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When the Tree Bears Fruit
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商品の情報

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CD

構成数

1

国内/輸入

輸入

パッケージ仕様

-

発売日

2019年08月31日

規格品番

TIM149CD

レーベル

Trouble in Mind

SKU

630125982600

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オリジナル発売日
2019年
商品の紹介
Paste (magazine) - "Meshing garage-y guitars, carefree twee-pop vocals and oddball keyboards, Parsnip gallivant in a strange, kaleidoscopic field of punk-pop, and you'll want to grab your overalls and join them."
Rovi
The Australian quartet Parsnip are a delightfully weird group and their debut album, When the Tree Bears Fruit, is the kind of record that rewards multiple listens with the kind of deep fondness and respect only the most outsider-y music can garner. It's an assured, impressive debut from a band with a real vision and the skills to make it come fully to life. Getting past what seems on the surface like cutesy vocals, off-puttingly choppy instrumental backing, and lyrics that seem ripped from the pages of old-timey children's books, there is a much deeper undercurrent that contains all those things -- which could be cloying if not done as perfectly as the women of Parsnip do them -- but also truly sticky melodies, surprisingly touching vocal harmonies, and intricately interlocking instruments. They use a traditional guitar-bass-drums-keys setup but conjure up all kinds of beguiling sounds from them, much like groups like the Pastels or the Chills were always able to do. Tracks such as "Too Late" or "Soft Spot" are deceptively simple indie pop gems, "Rip It Off" shows off their witchy garage rock skills, "My Window" is a wonderfully queasy felt-folk ballad, and "Lift Off" is a jangling treat that would have been a highlight of Look Blue Go Purple's catalog. Parsnip play and sing throughout with a childlike -- not childish in any way -- glee that transmits out of the speakers like a candy rainbow and is sure to make anyone who's willing to give them a chance some real feelings of a similar nature. ~ Tim Sendra
Rovi
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構成数 | 1枚

合計収録時間 | 00:33:46

Personnel: Stella Rennex (guitar, saxophone); Rebecca Liston (keyboards); Carolyn Hawkins (drums). Audio Mixer: Mikey Young. Recording information: Bakehouse Studios (07/2018); Junction St, Seddon (07/2018). Photographer: Charlotte Tobin. The Australian quartet Parsnip are a delightfully weird group and their debut album, When the Tree Bears Fruit, is the kind of record that rewards multiple listens with the kind of deep fondness and respect only the most outsider-y music can garner. It's an assured, impressive debut from a band with a real vision and the skills to make it come fully to life. Getting past what seems on the surface like cutesy vocals, off-puttingly choppy instrumental backing, and lyrics that seem ripped from the pages of old-timey children's books, there is a much deeper undercurrent that contains all those things -- which could be cloying if not done as perfectly as the women of Parsnip do them -- but also truly sticky melodies, surprisingly touching vocal harmonies, and intricately interlocking instruments. They use a traditional guitar-bass-drums-keys setup but conjure up all kinds of beguiling sounds from them, much like groups like the Pastels or the Chills were always able to do. Tracks such as "Too Late" or "Soft Spot" are deceptively simple indie pop gems, "Rip It Off" shows off their witchy garage rock skills, "My Window" is a wonderfully queasy felt-folk ballad, and "Lift Off" is a jangling treat that would have been a highlight of Look Blue Go Purple's catalog. Parsnip play and sing throughout with a childlike -- not childish in any way -- glee that transmits out of the speakers like a candy rainbow and is sure to make anyone who's willing to give them a chance some real feelings of a similar nature. ~ Tim Sendra

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