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See You When I See You

by Twin Oaks

The sophomore full-length album release from Los Angeles dream pop band Twin Oaks.
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Montauk
4:22 album only
2. Getting Nowhere
5:01 album only
3. Disappearing
5:26 album only
4. Lakes
4:26 album only
5. The Worst of It
3:26 album only
6. Rumors
4:42 album only
7. Last Call
4:10 album only
8. Sister
1:58 album only
9. So Close
4:30 album only
10. Lost
4:57 album only
11. Visitor
3:09 album only
12. Departure...
5:08 album only
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Album Notes
Digging deep between the realms of deconstruction and self-realization, Los Angeles-based band Twin Oaks (fronted by songwriter and vocalist Lauren Brown and producer/instrumentalist Aaron Domingo) put forth their sophomore release See You When I See You with no limitations. Following the band's 2018 Living Rooms EP, Brown continues to bring forth a deeply personal journal on isolation, societal pressure, death, and failed expectations. The emotional depths are only elevated by the band's ability to navigate us between haunting soundscape, over-driven dynamics, and quiet contemplation. See You When I See You is a process of diving into the most unsettling moments of life in order to find a better sense of self.

The writing spanned throughout most of 2018 and included drummer/percussionist Marilyn Beltran and bassist Aroldo Rios to complete the album.Keeping to their DIY roots, Twin Oaks self-recorded and produced the album between Brass Plate Records and Domingo's home studio in Southern California.



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