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by Late Spring

Late Spring's second album, the full length LP Invisible, is a dark and mysterious journey of swooping warped guitars, grinding rhythm, and vocals that swing between dreampop and riot grrl.
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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1. Stormy
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2. Jelly
3:48 $0.99
3. Loser
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4. Invisible
2:34 $0.99
5. Tough
3:47 $0.99
6. Drink U
2:46 $0.99
7. Sweet Thing
2:49 $0.99
8. Fireball 2
2:27 $0.99
9. It Is My Bod
2:53 $0.99
10. Predator
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Album Notes
"The wall of guitars on Invisible are often both towering and sweeping, yet at the same time, clamorous and thoughtful. Standout tracks such as the garage rock tinged “Loser” and “Tough” begin with a psychedelic serenity, though with the burgeoning rumble of the band, it’s pure vertigo by the end. Plaintive lyrics repeat until they become catastrophic ruminations of daily life. “I got better things to do,” Wei shrieks in one such vocal explosion. And you’d be scared to death to argue with her. Perhaps most confounding of all though is the track “Sweet Thing.” Just when you expect the guitars to surge into total 1980s shoegaze outer space, it gently turns out the light in the room. The sudden sense of detachment juxtaposes the initial reassurance of the gorgeous lullaby lyrics, “It happened before and it can happen again.” A potential theme that nothing is as simple as it first appears comes to stunning fruition throughout the ten songs."
- Eric Campbell, Beatroute Magazine



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