Revolution Is Never Coming, The - Red Paintings, The
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The results are impressive – a 35-piece orchestra, harps, theremins, a 22-piece choir and of course, the band’s biting alternative rock, ranging from childlike lullabies of the future, to rousing emotional anthems.
The hits are all here – the ubiquitous ‘Walls’, ‘Rain’ and‘ Streets Fell Into My Window’ sound as lush and effective as ever, whilst the hidden gems ‘You’re Not One Of Them’, ‘Deleted Romantic’ and ‘Hong Kong’ raise the caliber of The Red Paintings’ output yet another notch. It looks as though the creative promise and ambition of The Red Paintings has finally been fulfilled on this dynamic and electric debut.
- Vampires Are Chasing Me
- Dead Children
- Dead Adults
- The Fall Of Rome
- Streets Fell Into My Window
- You’re Not One Of Them
- It Is As It Was
- Hong Kong
- Deleted Romantic
- The Revolution Is Never Coming
erin billington on 27.05.2013
Worth the wait love every song and listen to it on repeat cant wait for you to come to oz. Keep up the fantastic work!
Outstanding debut record
Krystal on 09.06.2013
This is an outstanding debut album from a band with larger-than-life ambitions. It is impeccably crafted and its execution and scope are simply phenomenal. For an Australian group, The Red Paintings are all the more impressive, having produced a world-class record that matches the sonic space and theatricality of many of their more accomplished international peers on major labels. It recalls the breakout releases of many of alternative rock's heroes - Coheed and Cambria's Good Apollo; Smashing Pumpkins' Mellon Collie; Live's Throwing Copper; Muse's Showbiz: it has all the other-worldy nature of these and more. For its progressive nature, memorable songwriting and consistent quality from start to finish, this deserves all the praise it attracts. I truly hope that in years to come this will be seen as a landmark record for the band and that we see plenty more from them in years to come. Congratulations.