Vampire Weekend — Father Of The Bride Full download mp3/zip
DOWNLOAD HERE -
Father of the Bride is the fourth studio album by American indie rock band Vampire Weekend. It wasreleased on May 3, 2019 by Columbia Records as their first album on a major label, and was preceded by three double singles: “Harmony Hall” / “2021”, “Sunflower” / “Big Blue” and “This Life” / “Unbearably White”.
The album is the band’s first project in nearly six years, following Modern Vampires of the City (2013),and the group’s firstalbum since multi-instrumentalist and producer Rostam Batmanglij’s departurefrom the group. The album was primarily produced by Modern Vampires of the City collaborator ArielRechtshaid and lead singer Ezra Koenig, and features numerous external collaborators, including Danielle Haim, Steve Lacy, Dave Macklovitch of Chromeo. DJ Dahi, David Longstreth, BloodPop, MarkRonson, and Batmanglij.
Genre: Indie Pop / Indie Rock
Quality: mp3, 320 kbps
01. Hold You Now (feat. Danielle Haim)
02. Harmony Hall
04. This Life
05. Big Blue
06. How Long?
07. Unbearably White
08. Rich Man
09. Married in a Gold Rush (feat. Danielle Haim)
10. My Mistake
12. Sunflower (feat. Steve Lacy)
13. Flower Moon (feat. Steve Lacy)
15. We Belong Together (feat. Danielle Haim)
17. Spring Snow
18. Jerusalem, New York, Berlin
The “lurching” art pop of “How Long?” contrasts jovial keyboards, sound effects, harmonies and funky 1970s-inspired guitars against dark and bitter lyrics about the potential demise of Los Angeles. “Unbearably White” is a “colorful”art pop song, which grows and shifts to reveal isolated vocals, handbells, jazz fusion-inspired bass guitar, and orchestral surges, and lyrically discusses a failing relationship. Despite contrary comments made by Koenig prior to the song’s release, the track does not explore race. The cryptic “Rich Man” samples palm-wine guitarist S. E. Rogie andfeatures lush strings, with Koenig “crooning” about romance, wealth and ratios. “Married in a Gold Rush” is a “lush” country song which also features Danielle Haim.