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Still Paradise

by Plateau Below

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1.
Eris 04:14
2.
Evaline 03:10
3.
Riverside 04:32
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I'm feeling nervous and I can't shake it out of my head I hate dealing with anything anymore I'm feeling tired and I'm not getting out of my bed I may just melt here and never talk again I'm having trouble thinking of a reason to be I hate dealing with everything anymore This hope is featherless and he is cawing at me He tried to sing more but the spring cut off his beak I had a clear head in a clear sky But something's come and flown in my eye I had two strong hands in the late fall But winter came and froze them both off
6.
Lolo Boy 00:47
7.
Twiggy 08:36
8.
Dying Down 04:04

about

1. Eris
2. Evaline
3. Riverside
4. Outside the Gates
5. Clearhead Real
6. Lolo Boy
7. Twiggy
8. Dying Down

On their debut album, Plateau Below flow like a river: serene yet strong, their sound recalls the passage of water. Bright, layered vocal melodies float and shimmer over rippling guitars. Lyrically, the theme of a flowing river is evoked throughout to wonder on the passage of time. On Still Paradise, we hear a voice at odds with a river that changes, ceaselessly. True to this theme, the Bloomington, Indiana quartet recorded Still Paradise like the traditional rock it echoes: all of the bass, drums, and rhythm guitars were recorded in live takes. The result is a classic, live sound that answers the lyrical plea for nostalgia and constancy. The album culminates in the massive, overflowing Twiggy, which showers soulful horns and doo-woppy harmonies in a plea to arrest the changing of a pure soul. Plateau Below have been together for barely over a year, and have already delivered this beautiful album. Here’s to hoping some things never change.

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released March 4, 2014

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