Anthems for Odyssey | Come Blister the Sea

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Come Blister the Sea

by Anthems for Odyssey

Anthems for Odyssey blends shoegaze, indie rock, and drum n' bass- offering textured guitar atmospheres over rock-steady rhythms.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Song for Sveta
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2. Goodnight, Britain
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3. Barely There
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4. Adore
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Anthems for Odyssey has the shimmer and pop of a high-class whore's lip gloss. Their carefully crafted sound wafts between swirling atmospheres inspired by dream pop, and rock-steady rhythms rooted in funk, jazz, and drum n' bass. In March of 2007, the four piece ensemble hailing from Boston introduced their debut EP 'Come Blister the Sea'. They are slated to release their full length record 'The Legend of Toledo' in Spring 2008. AFO has somehow managed to stretch at the seams of their creative paradigm in order to deliver an affecting and emotive ride.

Anthems for Odyssey has opened for The Cinematics (TVT Records), Roger O'Donnell (The Cure), and the 80's New Wave bands Missing Persons and Gene Loves Jezebel. They are currently touring extensively through out the Eastern US in support of their new release.

Visit www.anthemsforodyssey.com for more info on gigs, releases, photos and news. Or drop them a line at info@anthemsforodyssey.com


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Russell Donovan

"Come Blister the Sea
Saw this band at TT the Bears opening for Carina Round and the set prompted me to buy the CD.
Like the singer, she stays within her voice's limits, has a good feel for the songs. Strong bass player.
The songs appeal to me 'cause they distance themselves from typical indie rock. Far too much of it sounds the same and, musically, most of it bores me. I prefer my chosen music to attract me to it by sounding different, and they do.