10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart

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Release Date: 31st August 2018.
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Darwin Deez – 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart. Released via Lucky Number on Ltd Edition Coloured Vinyl, Std Vinyl, CD. 

Darwin Deez is a New Yorker originally from North Carolina. After the success and critical acclaim of the hit single “Radar Detector” and his self-titled debut album, in 2010, he toured extensively in support of second and third records Songs For Imaginative People (2013) and Double Down (2015).

The crux of his fourth album, 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart, is Darwin’s singular songwriting. Darwin, the autodidact, is fiercely original as an artist, and enormously catchy and accessible. In the contemporary musical landscape, overfull as it is with redolent reverbs and saccharine synthesizers—a style of music he jokingly calls “Spotify-wave”—Darwin still makes sparse guitar songs. But not the kind of mellow, “psychedelic” 70’s-inspired stuff typical of most guitar-based indie groups nowadays. Songs with energy (“why should EDM have the monopoly on danceability?”). Songs with vulnerability. Songs with relatable, audible, intelligible lyrics.

Darwin Deez is one of the few indie musicians who truly ought to be much more famous than he is. Someone with the refreshing ability to be both goofy and grim. Someone with the songwriting chops to express the human condition artfully, in a way that cuts through thick clouds of cultural static. On this record, there is a wider-than-ever range of its expression both instrumentally and vocally. And Darwin always delivers the most unique sing-a-longs, heartbreak or no.

Tracklisting: Darwin Deez – 10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart

1. The World’S Best Kisser – Official Video
2. Anna-Maria
3. Queen Of Spades
4. Getaway
5. Say It First
6. Drive Around
7. Too Shy To Take A Shine
8. All My Friends
9. Someone New
10. Daddy Always

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