Pray TV | Horizontal Life (Vinyl)

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Horizontal Life (Vinyl)

by Pray TV

First album in 20 years from Aussie indie rock band Pray TV "Absolutely thunderous" - Alternative Press. The new album is full of brooding melodic indie rock with nods to Joy Division, Husker Du, Sonic Youth and Wipers.
Genre: Rock: Aussie Rock
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1. Couch Surfing
5:15 album only
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2. Shifting Sands
3:52 album only
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3. Great Plans
4:52 album only
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4. Punch Drunk
4:04 album only
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5. Breathing Lessons
3:18 album only
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6. River Sold
4:56 album only
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7. Night After Night
3:53 album only
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8. Promises Promises
4:11 album only
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9. Connect the Dots
4:37 album only
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10. Where Do We Sleep
4:03 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Twenty years after their final album was released Pray TV reunite to record Horizontal Life, an album of bittersweet introverted grunge and shoegaze, the way it used to be Before Nirvana.

Reviews for previous albums:

"I've liked everything this band has released so far, but this exceeds my expectations. Strapped to a post-Joy Division bass moan, guitars several kilometres thick chime and swell while drums crash like an epileptic juggler. In the eye of a hurricane a gentle voice whispers of loves regrets. When they surf out in the last couple of minutes, it’s a mind ride to infinity. One of the best Oz singles of the year." -Juke Magazine 1990

"The whole album is quite brilliant – Australian music really doesn’t get any better than this" –Rave Magazine 1997

"Westona could well be their best album. Powerful pop. So beautiful and true. Intelligent. And I’ll throw in a Buffalo Tom comparison as well. Not a dud cut." –Inpress

“Neater than god” – Melody Maker 1992

“Like Husker Du at their best: melancholic, melodic songs done with rough noisy sound. Simply beautiful.” – Ratbeat, Finland

“Absolutely thunderous guitar, ‘Aftermath’ is a pretty marvellous song, alternately quietly powerful passages with more patches of rousing exhilarating axework.” – Alternative Press 1994

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