the first two years.

by Solutions

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about

In December 2009, the band self released their debut album, ‘Before The Roars’, to widespread critical acclaim, garnering particularly high praise in Rock Sound magazine, earning the band a ‘Hot New Music’ feature in the same issue. In June 2010, the band recorded and released four brand new tracks for a split EP with Cardiff post-hardcore quintet Goodtime Boys.

March 2011 will see the physical and digital release of a seventeen track retrospective record entitled 'The First Two Years' via Seven Records. The track listing for the release is as follows...

1) Fighting Tigers
2) The Rest Will Follow
3) I Turned To Knife Crime
4) You Can’t Outnumber A Mathematician
5) A Devil Among The Dancers
6) Where The Good Ships Go To Sink
7) Sons Of Daughters
8) Mary Anne, Come Out Tonight
9) Young Loins
10) Ghost Writers
11) Mexican Waves
12) In Threes
13) Apparatus Separator
14) A Devil Among The Dancers
15) Young Hearts
16) To Die A Pioneer!
17) Stone Cobras

credits

released 14 March 2011
Tracks 1 – 9 taken from the ‘Before The Roars’ LP, self-released in December 2009
Tracks 10 – 13 taken from Solutions/Goodtime Boys Split EP, self-released in April 2010
Tracks 14, 15 & 16 taken from the BBC Wales Introducing sessions for Adam Walton, recorded in February 2009.
Track 17 is an unreleased track from the ‘Fighting Tigers’ promo sessions, recorded in July 2009.
Tracks 1 – 13 & 17 recorded with Todd Campbell @ Skwad HQ.
Tracks 14, 15 & 16 recorded with Carl Bevan @ The Shed.

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Track Name: fighting tigers
Beating hearts and tempered moans erupt from the bedroom walls, but there’s no love between those sheets, just a reckless and cold release. So breathe slow, they’ll never know if you keep your voices low enough. Sleep tight past sunrise, only to wake up alone. Fading lights for desperate souls holding out for the ones they loved to come home and hold them close, a heart is no home for loneliness. Our heroes are in freefall. They couldn’t find their worth in the free world. High up from the rat race they jump one by one from buildings and fly away, far from the souls they came to save, and hate.