A House For Lions - Hills So High RANDM 006


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LA's A House For Lions caught us off guard with the single, "Ordinary Life", where Daniel Norman and the band give some slow strumming sentiments to lift spirits from the drudgery of routine. Norman with the help of Mike Nissen, Eric McCann and Joe Luisi create a sound that the 90s power poppers certified and set in stone as the standards of what a pop song should be. With an ever-so-slight twang, they shake down those old records from BMX Bandits, Boy Hairdressers, 80s Rough Trade distro underachievers, exuding a polished take on the entire 53rd and 3rd Records oeuvre that was managed and manicured by Stephen Pastel. "Ordinary Life" edifies the suburban ennui of the stuck-at-home where the cool folks that are all dressed up with no where to go and no one to go with find a common bond over an alt-LA pop gem. - "Week In Pop", Impose Magazine

Tracks

  1. Calling Out Your Name
  2. Ordinary Life
  3. Come On Let's Go
  4. (You Don't Wanna) Wait For Me
  5. SOS XOX
  6. Lights Don't Change
  7. Let Back
  8. Hills So High
  9. Nightfalls
  10. I Won't Burn