Railbird | No One

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No One

by Railbird

Pedinotti's lyrics cover nervous breakdowns, monsters, dreams, and haunted houses and the music is tightly arranged.  The result is a psychedelic, minimalist and, at times, experimental collection of songs.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Swamp Thing
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2. Not Alone
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3. No One
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3:27 $0.99
4. Hushaby
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5. Kiss the Wall
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6. Strange
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7. Ashes In
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8. Empty House
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9. Closed Now
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10. Monster
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
As RAILBIRD's producer Jeremy Gustin puts it "it's not exactly pop music - it's music that I think everyone will love." The upstate New York based band has been working on their full-length studio record, No One for over a year.  Recorded mostly in Queens and partly in Argyle and Stillwater, NY they created a concept album without consciously meaning to.  Pedinotti's lyrics cover nervous breakdowns, monsters, dreams, and haunted houses and the music is tightly arranged.  The result is a psychedelic, minimalist and, at times, experimental collection of songs.   

The band consists of singer, bandleader and songwriter Sarah Pedinotti, guitarists Chris Kyle and James Gascoyne, drummer Chris Carey and bassist Ben Davis.  No One will be the debut release for this particular line-up.  It was co-produced by Jeremy Gustin (of The Rex Complex) and Sarah Pedinotti.

RAILBIRD was recently named one of the "5 Artists You Should Know About" in Relix Magazine. " And Short & Sweet NYC declared “…you’ll want to hear the latest in indie genre-bending…Their seamless blend of psychedelic rock ‘n’ roll and sharp, textured, cerebral indie pop makes an evening with Railbird seem like Soft Machine collided in slow motion with the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s secret tracks and commanded you to dance.”


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AntiMusic

Railbird fills a niche that has been starving for attention on the scene.
No One is a completely existential listening experience that left me confused, bewildered and strangely impressed.

No One truly is a full listening, almost theatrical experience. "Empty House," and, "Not Alone," is like eavesdropping on stage to the main character's inner thoughts, or being requested to visualize an interpretive dance number with only music as your aide, but I dig it. And okay, "Monster" truly scares me. It reminds me of something that could be tracked in the movie, The Shining, but at least she pulls emotion from you. As much as I want to shake off the track, there is no denying the fact that this girl has the stuff. The kind of voice that makes your skin crawl and flesh itch because you're craving more. My favorite track is "Kiss the Wall," where a kaleidoscope of sound evokes all sorts of mysterious images in my mind.

Suffice it to say they are worth a look if you are into unusual, heady music.
If you are bored to death of the musical snacks crossing your plate, we recommend you check this band out. With haunting lyricism, infectious vocals, and a rhythm section that will blow your mind, Railbird fills a niche that has been starving for attention on the scene.