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Titanic Rising

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Much like the band that rises above the icy, raging waters in Gavin Bryars' pivotal 1970s experimental piece The Sinking of the Titanic, Natalie Mering is fully aware of everything that's gone wrong with the world on her fourth Weyes Blood album. And yet she doesn't let the trappings of technology and our woeful alone/together world pull her down into the depths of an unshakeable depression. The singer/multi-instrumentalist/producer is too busy making widescreen anthems instead, ones that ride the line between AM radio dials and slightly more alien sounds: the queasy intro of "A Lot's Gonna Change," the gurgling synths of "Movies," the palate-cleansing ambient pads of "Titanic Rising." Sweet but never saccharine, tracks like "Something to Believe" and "Wild Time" are downright triumphant by the time they fade to black. They reach for the heavens with their hooks even when they let their guard down lyrically. Because if the ship's going down, at least we're all going down together right? © Andrew Parks / Qobuz

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A Lot's Gonna Change
00:04:21

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Andromeda
00:04:40

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Everyday
00:05:07

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

4
Something to Believe
00:04:45

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Titanic Rising
00:01:36

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Movies
00:05:53

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Mirror Forever
00:05:05

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Wild Time
00:06:09

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Picture Me Better
00:03:41

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Nearer to Thee
00:01:05

Kenny Gilmore, Mixer - Weyes Blood, MainArtist - Jonathan Rado, Producer - Natalie Mering, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Brian D'Addario, Composer

2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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Much like the band that rises above the icy, raging waters in Gavin Bryars' pivotal 1970s experimental piece The Sinking of the Titanic, Natalie Mering is fully aware of everything that's gone wrong with the world on her fourth Weyes Blood album. And yet she doesn't let the trappings of technology and our woeful alone/together world pull her down into the depths of an unshakeable depression. The singer/multi-instrumentalist/producer is too busy making widescreen anthems instead, ones that ride the line between AM radio dials and slightly more alien sounds: the queasy intro of "A Lot's Gonna Change," the gurgling synths of "Movies," the palate-cleansing ambient pads of "Titanic Rising." Sweet but never saccharine, tracks like "Something to Believe" and "Wild Time" are downright triumphant by the time they fade to black. They reach for the heavens with their hooks even when they let their guard down lyrically. Because if the ship's going down, at least we're all going down together right? © Andrew Parks / Qobuz

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