Alvvays: Blue Rev - Blue

Alvvays SKU: 42843276
Alvvays: Blue Rev - Blue

Alvvays: Blue Rev - Blue

Alvvays SKU: 42843276

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Blue Rev - Blue
Artist: Alvvays
Label: Polyvinyl Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 644110046512
Genre: Indie Rock/Pop, Alternative Rock

Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Alvvays' third album, the nervy joyride that is the compulsively lovable Blue Rev, doesn't simply reassert what's always been great about Alvvays but instead reimagines it. They have, in part and sum, never been better. There are newly aggressive moments here-the gleeful and snarling guitar solo at the heart of opener "Pharmacist," or the explosive cacophony near the middle of "Many Mirrors." And there are some purely beautiful spans, too-the church- organ fantasia of "Fourth Figure," or the blue-skies bridge of "Belinda Says." But the power and magic of Blue Rev stems from Alvvays' ability to bridge ostensible binaries, to fuse elements that seem antithetical in single songs-cynicism and empathy, anger and play, clatter and melody, the soft and the steely. The luminous poser kiss-off of "Velveteen," the lovelorn confusion of "Tile by Tile," the panicked but somehow reassuring rush of "After the Earthquake."

1.1 Pharmacist
1.2 Easy on Your Own?
1.3 After the Earthquake
1.4 Tom Verlaine
1.5 Pressed
1.6 Many Mirrors
1.7 Very Online Guy
1.8 Velveteen
1.9 Tile By Tile
1.10 Pomeranian Spinster
1.11 Belinda Says
1.12 Bored in Bristol
1.13 Lottery Noises
1.14 Fourth Figure
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