Brand New Friend: Seatbelts For Aeroplanes

Brand New Friend SKU: 39079190
Brand New Friend: Seatbelts For Aeroplanes

Brand New Friend: Seatbelts For Aeroplanes

Brand New Friend SKU: 39079190

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $23.92

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Title: Seatbelts For Aeroplanes
Artist: Brand New Friend
Label: Xtra Mile
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5056032313903
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release. Seatbelts for Aeroplanes captures the live feel of their supernova pop with Taylor Johnson's songs filtered through the musicianship around them. It also charts the rollercoaster journey of his first proper love. "Something you think is going to be incredible sometimes isn't, but that isn't the end of the world and you learn that," he says. From the highs depicted in 'Mediocre At Best' and 'I Hate It When You Have To Go', to the harder times in 'I Was An Astronaut', 'A&E', 'I Love You, Goodbye' and 'The Blame', Taylor is happy to admit that the album's journey is one "that happens to chronicle this period of my life which coincided with me growing up in all sorts of ways". Songs may flare with vigor and abandon, but do more than skim the surface and you'll find a depth of emotion here that Taylor, catapulted by the rest of the band, can't help but exert.


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