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Gone Gone Gone - Ladyhawke - Anxiety (CD, Album)

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  1. Écoutez Gone Gone Gone par Ladyhawke - Anxiety. Deezer: musique en streaming gratuite. Découvrez plus de 56 millions de titres, créez et écoutez vos propres playlists et partagez vos titres préférés avec vos amis.
  2. Ladyhawke 's self-titled debut album was a slick update of '80s pop and rock, done with plenty of brains and infused with the heart and soul of Pip Brown (aka Ladyhawke). On the long-awaited follow-up, Anxiety, she again works with producer Pascal Gabriel and the two concoct a sound that is less dreamy and far less '80s-influenced.
  3. Anxiety is a darker collection her first album. The title alone says it. The title alone says it. It's not bursting with ideas or exploding with memorable hooks but what it does have are plenty of catchy turns, interesting lyrics and polished but gritty production.
  4. It proves indicative of a darker colouring around the edges of the album. “I’ve always been so cautious, but I’m sick of feeling nauseous (pronounced as ‘nautious’)” is a great lyric on the title track, which lays bare a genuine anxiety. Gone Gone Gone, however, says to its protagonist, “save your advice for another girl”.
  5. Watch the video for Gone Gone Gone from Ladyhawke's Anxiety for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Anxiety is a pretty cracking second album, though it's not the second album fans might have expected. The first Ladyhawke record worked a twinkly synth-pop sound, prompting comparisons to s pop.
  7. Ladyhawke Goes Where the 'Wild Things' Are on New LP. New Zealand-born musician Pip Brown hasn't released an album under her Ladyhawke moniker since 's Anxiety, but that's about to change.
  8. Ladyhawke still sounds like Ladyhawke, just tougher and more muscular, like Ladyhawke after a boot camp. She's broadened her remit too. Anxiety's reference points range from the s psychedelia of album opener Girl Like Me to Britpop and beyond: closing track Gone Gone Gone cribs its vocal hooks from The Dandy Warhols' hit Bohemian Like You/5(30).

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