Life: Picture Of Good Health

Life SKU: 39415424
Life: Picture Of Good Health

Life: Picture Of Good Health

Life SKU: 39415424

Format: CD

Regular price $11.98

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Title: Picture Of Good Health
Artist: Life
Label: Pias America
UPC: 5400863013332
Genre: Rock

LIFE's anti-establishment outlook and witty, off-centre social commentary underscores everything they do. Known for clever wordplay and energetic performances, they tackle the new wave of youth and working class discontent with both style and savvy. Their debut album, Popular Music, graced BBC Radio 1's list of the best albums of 2016. On their sophomore release, A Picture Of Good Health, produced by Luke Smith (Foals) and mixed by Claudius Mittendorfer (Parquet Courts), the band hone in on a bigger and more focused sound. Whereas Popular Music was broadly political, the new album, takes a more personal approach with beguilingly honest and brave lyrics while retaining their core DNA.


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