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Days to the West

by The Larch

"Days to the West blends new wave and psychedelia...If Larix Americana was their Argybargy, you could call this their (East) Side Story, a richly eclectic and powerful followup to a classic." - New York Music Daily
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Tons of Time
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2. Monkey Happy Hour
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3. Already Lost Tomorrow
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4. Days to the West
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5. Honey Bee
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6. Midweek Nebula
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7. Second Face
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8. The Bishops Chair
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9. In Two Places At Once
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10. Epigenetics
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Album Notes
"Not a single miss on this album: another winner from a group that deserves to be much better known than they are."
- New York Music Daily

"...if you like the way Pulp and Squeeze’s Glenn Tilbrook do their thing, then The Larch is for you..." Golden Mixtape

Days to the West is all about TIME & the changes that time brings to peoples lives; cycle of life songs told in the typical non-linear fashion of the Larch...

The Larch was formed in the late 90s by UK/US dual national Ian Roure with two friends from the 90’s NYC alternative music scene. Taking their cue from some of the more rocking elements of the UK Britpop movement – particularly Ash and Blur – they set about creating their own version of melodic guitar pop; drawing on Roure’s UK roots while also inspired by the offhand creativity of "lo-fi" bands like GBV and Pavement.

Fast forward15 years and, after several line up changes and a marriage, the Larch since 2006 have been; Ian Roure guitars & vocals, Liza Roure keyboards & vocals, Ross Bonadonna bass and Tom Pope drums. This line up has been responsible for recording 3 CDs: 2008's science fact & fiction odyssey Gravity Rocks, the arcanely named Larix Americana in 2010 and Days to the West (2012).

Musically, they continue to mix their post-punk pop with elements of psychedelic rock - broadening their sound and scope while retaining their former energy and wit; find out why the kids on the internet are calling the Larch's new tunes “A bloody f**kin' triumph”, “Gorgeous!” & “just what the doctor ordered”.



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