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In light of the many circumstantial events seemingly conspiring against Swervedriver - and this is even without getting into the old story about their drummer leaving to get a sandwich and never coming back - they never released a bad album. That’s something to be proud of; hell, not even My Bloody Valentine can make that boast.
In other words, I Wasn’t Born To Lose You represents a musical catch-22 of sorts. And to complicate matters further, Franklin sings in almost complete disregard of his band’s reunion, as if they still resided in the dustbin of history. More importantly, his griping occurs within an album that’s more than worthy of the Swervedriver pedigree, regardless of whatever the foregoing remarks on potency, variety, reunions, and ungratefulness have to say about it. One listen to centerpiece Everso is enough to sway even the most hardened of skeptics towards this stance, what with its effortlessly absorbing lullaby, the heat-haze buzz of its guitars, and Franklin’s inimitable voice, which still to this day sounds mundane and extra-mundane at the same time, a perfect fit for the caught-between, floating existence that he and his.
Swervedriver é uma banda inglesa de rock alternativo formada em Oxford em 1989 por Adam Franklin e Jimmy Hartridge. Entre 1989 e 1998, a banda lançou quatro álbuns de estúdio e numerosos EPs e singles, apesar de um considerável fluxo de membros, gerentes e gravadoras. Em 1993, a formação da banda se alinha com Adam Franklin (vocal/guitarra), Jimmy Hartridge (guitarra), Jez Hindmarsh (bateria) e Steve George no (baixo). Eles surgiram com um som mais pesado do que as bandas de shoegaze da época, e ao longo dos anos evoluíram ao incluir elementos de rock psicodélico, dream pop e indie rock
I Wasn't Born to Lose You. by: T. Cole Rachel. by: Michelle Kim. October 25 2018. Swervedriver to Perform Raise and Mezcal Head in Their Entirety on Tour.
As Swervedriver wrapped up a series of dates devoted to performing their classic albums Raise and Mezcal Head at the tail-end of 2017, one thing became clear to the band's vocalist and chief songwriter Adam Franklin: the time to record another album was nigh. That tour finished in LA, so it seemed like the perfect time to record," Franklin tells Louder over the telephone from his Oxford home. It's a song I've had knocking around for quite a long time, going back before I Wasn't Born To Lose You, but for some reason I wasn't really sure about where it was going and never really brought it up. We were just playing songs in the studio and someone else – probably TJ the engineer – said 'Well, this one's pretty good'.
2015 studio album by Swervedriver. After the conclusion of their "Raise" mini-tour, Swervedriver began recording material for a new album at Birdland Studios in Melbourne and then continued work at Konk Studios over the first half of 2014. On 19 September 2014, the band stated via Twitter that they were mixing the album, which had a tentative release date of early 2015.
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