Fireworks Shock-Launch First New Album in 9 Years


Fireworks have returned with Larger Lonely Energy, their first album in 9 years. Shock-released at the moment (January 1) through the band’s personal Funeral Plant Collective, the LP follows 2014’s Oh, Frequent Life in addition to their 2019 comeback single ‘Demitasse’, which doesn’t seem on the file. Stream it under.

“We respect the chance to create collectively and continued to take action throughout our hiatus, no matter identify and outlet,” guitarist Chris Mojan mentioned in a press launch. “Larger Lonely Energy gave us the possibility to be egocentric and self expressive, with out the strain or expectation that comes from taking part in in a band. We simply wanted to work by means of some private issues first, good and dangerous.”

“What was crucial to us was to make a file that represents us as a collective and our personal influences coming collectively, versus what an viewers desires to listen to, or what Fireworks ‘appears like’,” bassist Kyle O’Neil added. “I really feel like a variety of bands fall into the entice of, ‘Okay, we’re gonna make an album after so lengthy – we have to make it sound like us.’ We simply didn’t care.”

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Larger Lonely Energy Tracklist:

1. God Authorized Insurance coverage Plan
2. I Need To Begin A Faith With You
3. Goodnight Tomb
4. Megachurch
5. Funeral Plant
6. Jerking Off The Sky
7. Machines Stored You Alive
8. Blood In The Milk
9. Veins In David’s Hand
10. Property Sale
11. Woods II
12. How Did It Used To Be So Straightforward?


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