Hummingbird is the second studio album by American indie rock band Local Natives, released on January 29, 2013 on Frenchkiss Records in the US, and on Infectious Records in Europe. Produced by The National guitarist Aaron Dessner, the album was preceded by the singles, "Breakers" and "Heavy Feet. Breakers" reached on the Billboard Top 200. The song "Mt. Washington" was also featured in the 2015 video game Life Is Strange.
Local Natives Lyrics. Powder in your hair Staples in your jeans Fireworks at the water You were holding A styrofoam cup Held between your teeth You're telling me how you're going to outlive your body.
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Local Natives - Heavy Feet. Artist: Local Natives. Album: Hummingbird (Deluxe Version), 2013.
Heavy Feet" - Local Natives Via SoundCloud. Local Natives ' 2010 debut, Gorilla Manor, was fully-formed and immediately pleasing, functioning at a level that lesser acts spend entire careers trying to reach. Vocally, Ayer takes a lilting upper register, leaning into it more and more as his lonely voice turns pleading while addressing his deceased mother: "If you never felt all of my love/ I pray now you do". On an album that spans a wide range of emotions, "Colombia" is Hummingbird 's most affecting moment; it's also one of the best songs the band's ever written
Local Natives performing "Heavy Feet" Live at KCRW's Apogee Sessions. Local Natives' Acoustic Performance of "Dark Days" and "Villainy" Stripped Sessions. Local Natives - Past Lives.
Local Natives guaranteed themselves a spot as today's Song of the Day not only because they've written a good song, but because there's clapping. I'm a total sucker for clapping in songs. Heavy Feet" is the second single off the bands' upcoming album Hummingbird, due around the end of January. Given this will be the band's sophomore album, I've found myself pretty skeptical of their potential success. However, this song has put some of my fears to rest. Will Hummingbird be one of the better albums of 2012?