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Atwood Magazine’s Weekly Roundup: May 10, 2019

Every Friday, Atwood Journal’s employees share what they’ve been listening to that week – a music, an album, an artist – whatever’s been having an impression on them, in the moment. Right here’s this week’s weekly roundup!

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:: Oh My Messy Mind – James Bay ::

Mitch Mosk, New York

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Oh My Messy Thoughts EP – James Bay

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As a lot as I really like James Bay Goes Electric, the singer/songwriter’s forte has all the time been his means to show a whisper right into a shout. He proves that four occasions over in Oh My Messy Mind, a stunning surprise EP whose breathtaking wealth of emotion highlights Bay’s completely awe-inspiring musical talent.

A stripped-back return to the folks/rock roots of 2015’s debut album Chaos and the Calm, Oh My Messy Mind arrives close on the heels of James Bay’s North American Electric Mild headline tour, and earlier than he joins Ed Sheeran for an enormous European stadium tour this summer time. Although it’s a bite-sized four tracks in length, the EP packs a critical punch in its assertion of James Bay’s inimitable artistry. For many who just lately saw him on tour, these songs function a reminder of Bay’s capability to rally an audience of hundreds; for many who may need fallen off the bandwagon for one cause or another, this EP might very nicely be the factor that lures them again in.

The report opens with 2019’s hit single “Peer Pressure” that includes Julia Michaels, before continuing to introduce three new and dazzling heartbreakers: “Bad,” “Rescue,” and “Break My Heart Right.” Each track is special in its own right, however “Bad” and “Break My Heart Right” are indisputably two of one of the best songs Bay has ever launched.

“Bad” finds the singer/songwriter getting into the footwear of heartbreak, spilling his soul right into a pained expression of loss, longing, and unrequited love: “I want you bad, but it’s done,” he cries in sweet falsetto, “I’m bleeding out, ’cause we can’t go on. I want you bad, till I shake. I want what we had, but what’s broken don’t un-break…” His phrases are direct, his imagery vivid as he paints a poignant, relatable portrait.

“I regularly write things down in a stream of consciousness to empty my head,” Bay shared upon the EP’s launch. “Oh My Messy Mind is a line I wrote on a particularly dark day a little while ago. It seemed to reflect a weight that I felt I was carrying at the time, and that comes back now and again. The songwriting that followed was me looking for a release. With ‘Bad’ and the other songs on the EP I wanted to be honest about some of my own stories and other stories I was being pulled into. ‘Bad’ is a break up song, it’s just not my break up.”

Whilst “Bad” is out now as Bay’s new focus monitor and single, this EP’s true shining star is the nearer, “Break My Heart Right.” An overwhelmingly emotional and intimate ballad, “Break My Heart Right” might very properly rank among the world’s greatest love songs. Bay sings softly about being away from house and lacking the one he loves:

Tail lights and runways
We put on a brave face
We write down the small print to make us really feel protected
Chilly on the mattress
Sad and alone
I feel it’s ten thousand minutes till I get house

Counting the times right down to the minute of their reunion; writing down one another’s itineraries in order that they know where the other one is always; touching the empty area on the mattress, where his companion ought to be; these are signs of the deepest type of love.

Splaying his soul towards a solemn muted piano, Bay’s haunting efficiency captures the complete weight of his uncooked, impassioned phrases:

Someday we’re gonna get to do
All of the things that we needed to
Never wanna say goodbye
You all the time see via my disguise
You’re the one who breaks my heart right
You tear me up and wreck my goals
I maintain your hand once I’m asleep
I don’t thoughts falling for a lifetime
‘Cause you break my coronary heart right

“I don’t mind falling for a lifetime, ’cause you break my heart right.” Tender, bittersweet, and aching with pure vulnerability, “Break My Heart Right” says in three brief minutes what can take so many people a lifetime to precise: I will all the time love you.

And identical to that, James Bay has written himself into history’s annals with one of the biggest love songs of all time. Oh My Messy Mind is a stupendous snapshot of love and connection, loss, loneliness, and longing. It’s James Bay doing what James Bay does greatest, solely even higher than before.

:: “The Runner” – Alison Sudol ::

Nicole Almeida, Philadelphia

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The Runner – Alison Sudol

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Alison Sudol has released the new single off Moonlite EP, the follower to final yr’s Moon EP, and it’s completely good. “The Runner” is the type of track that from the first pay attention you already know will grow to be a basic. It strikes away from the quiet introspection of Moon, and infuses a newfound power in Sudol’s music, with pulsating bass and drums and hazy vocals that make this music the right one to bop to together with your eyes closed whenever you’re alone at your home on a quiet afternoon.

On an Instagram submit about “The Runner,” Sudol stated that when making this, “life cracked out of [her],” and you may undoubtedly hear that within the music: The juxtaposition of Sudol’s quiet vocals and lyrics like, “I feel like I could kick a hole in the wall,” is among the largest triumphs of this track, and after verse one you’re utterly hypnotised by it. It’s the correct quantity of confessional, addictive, commanding, bizarre, and bold. “The Runner” is a journey you’re greater than prepared to go on – it’s a track that may outlive us all, and it’s not a stretch to say that it’ll probably be mentioned as one of the boldest and greatest singles of the yr. “The Runner” is a music that incorporates an entire world inside it, a unprecedented achievement, and it leaves you so ready for what’s coming subsequent.

:: “Incredible” – James TW ::

Luke Pettican, London

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Chapters – James TW

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James TW’s debut album Chapters, launched on the 26th of April by way of Island Data, showcases not only James’ unbridled appeal, but in addition his potential to seemingly effortlessly craft tracks that mix an unmistakable emotional depth with a shocking sense of nostalgic warmth that’s consolingly comforting and intimately inviting. Becoming a member of much-loved fan favourites reminiscent of “You & Me” and the worldwide smash-shit “When You Love Someone” on the album is the wistfully romantic “Incredible” that astonishes with a heart-warming lyrical sentiment.

“Incredible” encompasses an attractive aura of dreamy romanticism that embodies an virtually overwhelmingly highly effective sense of timeless adoration that’s superbly bewitching. The lyricism embodies personal, intimate tales however the underlying emotion is delightfully common, absorbing the listener of the weightless feeling of being utterly infatuated with somebody.

No stranger to the stay area having served as Shawn Mendes solo help act on his Illuminate World Tour, James returns to the states later this yr supporting Dean Lewis on his upcoming American headline tour. James may even serve as Ben Platt’s help act at the iconic Eventim Apollo in London on the 15th of June.

:: “Yesterday’s Clothes” – Carla Geneve ::

Mitch Mosk, New York

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Yesterday’s Garments – Carla Geneve

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Perth’s Carla Geneve has the arresting attract of a songwriter pouring her soul out in track. “I’m a mess today in yesterday’s clothes… didn’t get any rest today, just kept my eyes on the road,” she sings in “Yesterday’s Clothes,” beginning her fourth music release with a visceral depiction of numb internal strife and fervor. Uncooked indie rock guitars growl alongside an intimate singing voice that feels by some means familiar, yet distanced: We, the viewers, are merely flies on the wall of a unprecedented diary entry reckoning with the throes of affection and relationship turbulence: “I’ve been wondering, would you sleep better without me?”

Simliar to Atwood artist-to-watch (and her fellow Aussie singer/songwriter) Angie McMahon, Carla Geneve has a means of injecting provocative emotional depth into sparse, heavy rock music. Her three different track releases up thus far – “Greg’s Discount Chemist,” “Listening,” and “2001” – have all reflected a respect for the areas in-between; she lets her songs construct and breathe, giving the guitars time to fill out, and taking care to not overpower the music by focusing on vocals alone.

“Yesterday’s Clothes” is the second single off Carla Geneve’s self-titled debut EP, out June seventh by way of Dot Sprint / Remote Control Data (which also options the slower, hard-hitting ballad “2001”). This is so obviously the early levels of a very special artistry, that I don’t even need to say any more right now. Take heed to “Yesterday’s Clothes,” and realize it for what it’s: A wonderfully pained outpouring of our innermost demons – fears, insecurities, and all.

:: “Look Up Child” – Lauren Daigle ::

Kelly McCafferty, New Orleans

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Look Up Baby – Lauren Daigle

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Lauren Daigle’s “Look Up Child” has been on repeat on my playlist since I noticed her at Jazz Fest final weekend. I was all the time a fan, but typically it takes a stay present to actually see the magic of an artist. Now, I take heed to the music in an entire new mild. The best way she feels each phrase – even at a pageant where it’s in the upper 80s as muggy as it might get – her performance is perfect. Once you really see an artist stay their track on stage, it’s magic. That’s what this was for me. “Look Up Child” and her complete grammy nominated album is well worth the pay attention, however this music particularly, together with her energy house voice, will raise you up out of a dark time and convey you back to life.

:: “Blame It on My Youth” – blink-182 ::

Anthony Kozlowski, Los Angeles

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Blame It on My Youth – blink-182

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What’s my age once more? I awoke Wednesday and I used to be fifteen again, raging to my nonexistent issues and agonizing over why women didn’t like me (only a type of issues has changed prior to now decade and a half). Though I reverted, that doesn’t imply blink-182 has.

“Blame It on My Youth,” the primary teaser off the pop punk superstars’ forthcoming album is nearly unrecognizable from the breakaway melodies that made them the dwelling embodiment of late-90’s nostalgia. It comes out of the gate with vocal samples and an electronic loop that sound extra late-period All Time Low than something remotely resembling the punk half of their equation. Drummer Travis Barker does his thing though, racing via a posh rhythm one would mistake for ProTools wizardry from anyone else but him. This can be a sound discovered nowhere else of their discography including the dark experimentation of their 2003 self-titled album (which they teased can be their main inspiration this day trip). It’s pop, pure and easy.

The music itself plows unwaveringly into the longer term, but vocalist Mark Hoppus spends his time wanting wistfully backward.

I used to be raised on a rerun
I used to be fed up, so I began a band
Minimize my tooth on a safety dance
My consideration span by no means stood an opportunity.

Identify-checking the lead single off 2016’s California (“Bored to Death”) appears an odd place to fixate for a music giving the Wikipedia backstory of blink. Whereas that monitor did a superb job of capturing the ennui of days lost and the belief that one’s greatest reminiscences are far behind them although (“It’s a long way back from 17/The whispers turn into a scream/And I’m not coming home”), this is pure fluff.

It’s catchy although. And catchy hides plenty of sins.

:: “Drugs & The Internet” – Lauv ::

Alex Killian, San Francisco

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Medicine & The Internet – Lauv

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Lauv is the newest sensation in moody but catchy emo pop angst, and his newest release “Drugs & The Internet” falls seamlessly into his growing catalog. Lauv builds his tunes round his crystal clear, poignant vocal work and supplements with hanging indie pop instrumentals. His use of piano and other classical parts give his work a feeling of authenticity alongside the catchy synth heavy production.

“Drugs & The Internet” is approachable with a beat you possibly can bop to and lyrics that learn as a bit generic but fairly palpable nonetheless. It’s a vaguely moody music that feels trustworthy and relatable, and for that it reminds me plenty of work achieved by LANY, as well as The 1975 at points (two of my favorite go-to bands once I simply need to hear something “good”). It’s a music you don’t have to think about a lot to appreciate it — it’s well-produced, Lauv’s voice shines and it’s catchy, if a bit fluffy and watered down. Nonetheless, it’s precisely what I’ve been needing recently to get me by means of the San Francisco gloom earlier than summer time. And, it undoubtedly has me wanting forward to Lauv’s subsequent launch forward of his upcoming tour!

:: “Is This All That There Is” – Tempesst ::

Francesca Rose, London

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Is This All That There Is – Tempesst

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Tempesst are an Australian five-piece now based mostly in London who make psychedelic rock that at occasions seems like floating on your again in the sea and allowing the waves to take you away. I found the band on Wednesday once they have been supporting another artist, except it wasn’t truly the band however frontman Toma Banjanin doing a stripped back solo set. It was pleasantly partaking with totally chilled out guitar and Benjanin’s vocals robust, soulful, and tinged with Aussie warmth. It had some general Jeff Buckley vibes, which is a comfortable sound to accompany part of an evening, and was a fantastic instance of how an artist can channel their very own music in numerous ways (however being more mild and melodious than the originals, it’s also, perhaps, a deceptive method of being introduced).

Anyway, that is Tempesst’s latest single “Is This All There Is” (launched in March). They’re at present within the strategy of putting collectively new materials of their studio in Hackney.

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