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Артист: The Drums Название: Encyclopedia [Indie Rock] Жанр: Rock Год выхода: 2014 Label: Minor Records О музыке:
The Drums are an American indie pop band from Brooklyn, New York. The band is signed to Minor Records.
In December 2009 the band was shortlisted as one of the 15 music acts for the BBC Sound of 2010. Subsequently, they placed at No. 5 in this list on 4
January 2010. In NME's first issue of 2010 they were named number 1 in the magazine's top tips for the year as well as in Clash
Magazine's Tips for 2010. The Drums were also voted "Best Hope for 2010" in Pitchfork Media's 2009 Readers' Poll. They won the Hall
Radar Award for 2010 and were the most Shazamed band of 2009.
In February 2010, the band played venues around the UK on the 2010 NME Awards Tour alongside The Maccabees, Bombay Bicycle Club and The Big Pink,
going on to play support band for Florence and the Machine's 2010 Cosmic Love tour. In June 2010 they played as one of the support bands for
Kings of Leon in Hyde Park, London.
On May 7, 2010, they appeared on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, where they performed "Best Friend". Their debut album was officially released on
June 7, 2010, on Moshi Moshi and Island Records. The album contained the singles "Let's Go Surfing", "Best Friend," "Me and the Moon" and
"Forever and Ever, Amen" as well as "Down By The Water", which had previously been released as part of the band's Summertime! EP. On September
16, 2010, it was announced on the band's Facebook page and website that guitarist Adam Kessler had left the band.
The Drums released the single "The New World" on April 11, 2011, with proceeds going to Japan disaster relief efforts.
For their second LP, the band recorded quickly, again self producing, often laying down tracks spontaneously in singer Jonny Pierce’s kitchen. They
released Portamento on September 5, 2011. The album title has a deeper meaning for Pierce, as he describes, “Jacob and I meeting as young boys with
a shared love for Kraftwerk and Anything Box and Wendy Carlos, and these were all synth pioneers, and a common feature on old analogue systems was
‘Portamento’. The band has also revealed that they almost split at the end of June due to stylistic disagreements. Jacob explained, "I think our
band is kind of fragile and probably on the verge of breaking up pretty constantly and I say that seriously and jokingly at the same time."
In 2011, Jonny Pierce co-wrote "In The Middle (I Met You There)" with Brooklyn artist Matthew Dear for his EP Headcage. His writing credits also
include "You Gave Me Nothing" and "Lose It (In the End)" which are included in Mark Ronson's album Record Collection.
After Portamento's world tour ended in late 2012, there were unannounced tensions between the group, Third founding member Connor Hanwick
leaving, and exhaustion almost causing a break-up of the group. The Drums remained dormant for the most part during 2013, but had occasional
performances throughout most of that year.
In November 2012, Jonny Pierce announced he would be releasing a solo album in 2013 but The Drums decided to come back after a near breakup. Now The
Drums were made up of founding members Jonny Pierce and Jacob Graham.
The Drums made their American television debut on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on February 15, 2012. MTV gave the band a celebrity chart special on
MTV HD channel in May 2012, where Pierce and Graham introduced their favourite videos and bands as well as some of their own videos.
On February 16, 2014, The Drums posted, "celebrating the only way we know how. Album 3 is finished." on their official Facebook page.
On July 17, 2014, The Drums announced that their third studio album would be called Encyclopedia and would be released September 23, 2014. In an
interview with Billboard Magazine, they stated that he and Graham were ready to come back together and give The Drums another try. They holed up in a
lakeside cabin in upstate New York and "went crazy", says Graham. "That's when it occurred to me that we can have fun with this and make a record
that's interesting and bizarre.' "The resulting cathartic collection of tracks departs from the Drums' signature "tonal palette," as
Graham calls it. With taut, spindly guitar lines, liberal sprinklings of tambourine, and uptempo kick drums that belie the brooding, thoughtful
content matter of songs like "Best Friend".
On August 20, 2014, they released their new single "Can't Pretend". It was met with much more positive responses compared to previous single
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01 – Magic Mountain
02 – I Can’t Pretend
03 – I Hope Time Doesn’t Change Him
04 – Kiss Me Again
05 – Let Me
06 – Break My Heart
07 – Face Of God
08 – U.S. National Park
09 – Deep In My Heart
10 – Bell Laboratories
11 – There Is Nothing Left
12 – Wild Geese