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Their music has always given us that “feelin’ good” feeling, so why change tack now? With their androgynous vocals, ethereal guitars, weightless rhythms and sensual melodies, the aptly named Cigarettes After Sex would be foolish to change their style. Maybe that’s why Cry follows directly in the footsteps of their eponymous album from 2017, Cigarettes After Sex. In this second album, the Texans take their dreamy shoegaze and pop to a whole new level – it’s enchanting, cinematographic, sultry and bordering ever so slightly on erotic. All the way through Cry, Greg Gonzalez and his partners in crime Randall Miller, Jacob Tomsky and Josh Marcus have managed to make their ambient-pop music sound similar to that of Angelo Badalamenti, the usual composer for David Lynch’s productions. This album could be a soundtrack for a film without a doubt! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Don't Let Me Go
00:04:22

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

2
Kiss It Off Me
00:04:29

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

3
Heavenly
00:04:46

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

4
You're the Only Good Thing In My Life
00:04:35

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

5
Touch
00:04:52

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

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Hentai
00:04:45

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

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Cry
00:04:16

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

8
Falling In Love
00:04:05

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

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Pure
00:04:14

Cigarettes After Sex, MainArtist - Gregory Steven Gonzalez, Composer

2019 Partisan Records 2019 Partisan Records

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Their music has always given us that “feelin’ good” feeling, so why change tack now? With their androgynous vocals, ethereal guitars, weightless rhythms and sensual melodies, the aptly named Cigarettes After Sex would be foolish to change their style. Maybe that’s why Cry follows directly in the footsteps of their eponymous album from 2017, Cigarettes After Sex. In this second album, the Texans take their dreamy shoegaze and pop to a whole new level – it’s enchanting, cinematographic, sultry and bordering ever so slightly on erotic. All the way through Cry, Greg Gonzalez and his partners in crime Randall Miller, Jacob Tomsky and Josh Marcus have managed to make their ambient-pop music sound similar to that of Angelo Badalamenti, the usual composer for David Lynch’s productions. This album could be a soundtrack for a film without a doubt! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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