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Album · 2013 · 12 Songs. The Strangest Light Ashtray Hearts. Listen on Apple Music.
Band members remain scattered in different cities, with Richmond now living in Salt Lake City. Yet this seems fitting. The Ashtray Hearts make music designed for long road trips home, with songs whose slow pulse echoes the rhythm of the highway and lyrics that capture lives moving in different directions. The Strangest Light is both the end of long trip and the signal of a new start.
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The Ashtray Hearts are a five-piece band from Minneapolis whose music references folk, Americana, and country while embracing the singer-songwriter aesthetic of early 1970s Asylum Records. The Ashtray Hearts' new record, The Strangest Light (2013), features the band’s signature sound-tight harmonies, layered guitars, and eclectic instrumentation.
Exclusive Prime pricing. The vocals are weary and downbeat with some lovely, delicate harmonies and they are backed by often minimal instrumentation of guitar, drums and the addition of some other instruments like piano on occasion which are beautifully judged to give real feeling but never swamp the song. No individual tracks absolutely stand out for me, although I did find the lines like "I miss the kids, But I'm here with a girl who won't disappear" very poignant in Dying Light and there are several other really touching moments on the album.
This is warm, lush, harmonic Americana, an album that the band says is both the end of a long trip and the signal of a new start.
Ashtray Hearts - Names Lyrics. shine a light so I can make out your direction I don't want to scream, "where are you now?" if it gets burned, who will take our things will we litter all the boxes along unpronounceable names. sold by the old ways, we'll be on our own making plans for when we get home. these are just excuses now good words among the mines divided by degrees in the end it turns so who will take us in one by one all the houses down the page name by name.
Ashtray Heart" is the third official single from Placebo's sixth studio album, Battle for the Sun. It was released in all of Europe, except for the United Kingdom and Norway, with "The Never-Ending Why" being released in these two countries a week prior (14 September 2009). The B-side song "Fuck U" is a cover of a song by electro/alternative rock band Archive. The B-side song "Hardly Wait" is a cover of a PJ Harvey song.