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Somos - Temple Of Plenty download album

  • Performer: Somos
  • Album: Temple Of Plenty
  • FLAC: 1414 mb | MP3: 1794 mb
  • Released: 2014
  • Style: Punk
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 748
Somos  - Temple Of Plenty download album

Album · 2014 · 9 Songs.

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Opaque Teal variant of 130 copies. First Pressing: 105 Yellow w/ Blue & Orange Starburst 130 Opaque Teal (THIS) 150 Transparent Gold 215 Black. Other Versions (5 of 13) View All. Cat.

It’s with these bitingly sad yet true lyrics that Somos kick off their debut album properly with an emotional tug at the heart. I mean, will we ever really be able to regain that freeing feeling of youth" These sort of topics make me incredibly distraught, but also allow me to reflect on and appreciate the times I had in those simpler days. However, Temple of Plenty is also about adapting to life’s harsher circumstances. In ‘Lifeline’ the band asks Could you watch your friends turn into your enemies, could you watch your home become a cold street" Other tracks such as ‘The Strangest Example’ examine our society and how people don’t really talk to each other anymore as the vocalist asks the question How many people do you look at" How many people do you really. For such a young band, Somos sound more like seasoned veterans of the emo/punk genre as they deliver nine easily digestible tracks.

Album design and layout by Justin Hahn. Cover photo taken by Tasos Gaitanos. alternative punk rock alternative boston indie indie rock poppunk punk rock somos Boston. Somos Boston, Massachusetts. Somos is based out of Boston, MA and has toured the United States and Canada several times over. They've been featured in Pitchfork, Noisey, The Boston Globe, and more.

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Somos - Temple Of Plenty. Naga is tough–there’s a reason the writers and a lot of ficcers kinda forget about her fairly often. If Asami keeps living on the estate, there’s plenty of room for Naga to romp around, and I’m sure Asami would love taking her on ‘walks’ (okay rides) with Korra. If they move into an apartment, though, as a lot of people seem to headcanon, that becomes a LOT harder. How do you get Naga up to the top of a big building? Freight elevator? You’d have to have a whole floor almost, she needs SO much space! Naga might keep living on Air Temple Island, giving Korra plenty of reasons to go meet up with.

With their surprisingly well formed sound for a debut LP, Somos’s Temple Of Plenty is a comforting pop-punk and een-genres release. Overall, the album is short, direct, and instantly likable. There aren’t many subtle technical elements presented, and the production sounds as if it’s been worked to a high gloss, but what the album lacks in depth and grit it makes up for with choruses that will stay buried in your head. The album is generally tagged as For fans of the Menzingers and Polar Bear Club which I feel is pretty disingenuous.