As Born Ruffians confirmed the upcoming release of the album, they announced their intentions for the new album: "If Born Ruffians’ 2008 debut album Red Yellow and Blue was the result of a talented and precocious gang of freshmen, their 2010 follow-up, Say It, would be the project they left school to finish - a declaration that they’re smart and ambitious enough. to make it on their own, and furthermore, that they’re in it for the long haul. Of hopes for the album, Luke Lalonde said, We don’t want to leave little mistakes on, we want to make it sound pretty clean and pop-music.
Born Ruffians are a Canadian indie rock band formed in 2004, originally from Midland, Ontario, located near Georgian Bay. They are currently signed to Yep Roc Records and Paper Bag Records. The members are Luke Lalonde (guitar/vocals), Mitch Derosier (bass), Andy Lloyd (guitar/keyboard) and Steve Hamelin (drums). The band moved from Midland to Toronto in 2004. After some local performances and a growing online reputation, the band was signed to the UK electronic music label Warp Records.
There has always been a seasonal quality to music – the way post rock is wrong on a summer's day, or how certain Pavement songs sound wrong trenching round in the snow. Say It. Born Ruffians. Release Date: Jun 1, 2010 Record label: Warp Genre(s): Indie, Rock. 65 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Say It - Fairly Good, Based on 6 Critics. 80. There has always been a seasonal quality to music – the way post rock is wrong on a summer's day, or how certain Pavement songs sound wrong trenching round in the snow.
Born Ruffians reintroduced the forgotten concept of straightforward, no-fuss indie rock with its 2008 debut, "Red, Yellow & Blue. The band takes a similar approach on its latest album, "Say It"-but this time around, the music might be uncomplicated to a fault. The opening track, "Oh Man," relies on walking basslines and drumbeats reminiscent of the Shins, but it never achieves that band's liveliness. The song flatlines despite strained shouting from frontman Luke LaLonde
75. As confidently current as Say It comes off, it doesn’t sound susceptible to fashion.
Artist: Born Ruffians Album: Say It Release Date: June 1 Label: Warp (International), Paper Bag (Canada). Tracklist: 01 Oh Man 02 Retard Canard 03 Sole Brother 04 What to Say 05 The Ballad of Moose Bruce 06 Higher & Higher 07 Come Back 08 Nova-Leigh 09 Blood, the Sun & Water 10 At Home Now. Notes: Second LP from these jittery Canadian indie rockers. Media: Stream first single "What to Say" here. Artists In This Story.
Born Ruffians: Are a Canadian indie rock band formed in 2004, originally from Midland, Ontario, located near Georgian Bay. The members are Luke Lalonde, Mitch Derosier, Andy Lloyd and Steve Hamelin. Fade to Black, & On & On & On, I Need A Life и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.