Suburban Living: Almost Paradise

Suburban Living SKU: 31456814
Suburban Living: Almost Paradise

Suburban Living: Almost Paradise

Suburban Living SKU: 31456814

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Almost Paradise
Artist: Suburban Living
Label: 6131 Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 612851596016
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release from Philadelphia's Suburban Living, a project consisting of seasoned musicians Wesley Bunch, Michael Cammarata, Peter Pantina, and Chris Radwanski. In early 2015, on the heels of touring throughout the U.S. and Japan, Suburban Living began writing what would become the band's sophomore full length, Almost Paradise. The album was recorded and mixed by Jeff Zeigler (The War on Drugs, Kurt Vile, Nothing). "Working with Jeff was pretty amazing. I'd never worked with an engineer that knew exactly how I wanted something to sound without me having to express it." explains Bunch. The support of Zeigler, as well as his bandmates, equipped Bunch to spearhead undeniably the best Suburban Living material to date.

1.1 If It's Real
1.2 Once Twice
1.3 Come True
1.4 Lovely Times
1.5 Two Years
1.6 Lies and Demands
1.7 Jenny's Song
1.8 Walk Away
1.9 How You Feel
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