You Shriek | Somewhere Between (Heaven & Sorrow)

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Somewhere Between (Heaven & Sorrow)

by You Shriek

Electronic, Wave, Darkly.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. Concerning Life Support
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2. Heaven & Sorrow I
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3. Daggers
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4. No Heroes
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5. Lilith in Libra
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6. Untitled No. 4
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7. Ever and Anon
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8. Well Enough Alone
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9. Goodbye Berlin
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10. She Does Not Go To Parties Anymore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Alone in a crowd, barely awake on the last train … furtive voices scarcely reaching through your headphones… Here’s a song to make you distant. From trauma to drama, we flourish in exquisite decay as static filters through veils and in waves, crashes opaque into layers of grey. In nightclubs you’re emotion and we fall into the sound. This music is ceaseless, It can’t be too loud. Now curtains are drawn on the lonely, the bleak. We gather. You breathe. You blink. You shriek.


Themes of solitude echo forever in the creation of this music. Details from the decade in demos form the sound of this latest, the third full-length album. These are elements of vague histories distilled in the past year of recording, and very likely the last time a You Shriek album will be made this way. Reflections on a dark pane, ghostly murmurs, soaring harmonics. As the vocals subside, awash among the synths & the cresting echoes, here is a song that does not tell you how to feel but you'll do it anyhow. This is the space between Heaven and Sorrow.


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