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technicolor

Covet

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1.1
good morning
Covet
3:07
1.2
atreyu
Covet
5:25
1.3
parachute
Covet
6:13
1.4
predawn (feat. Phillip Jamieson)
Covet; Phillip Jamieson
3:27
1.5
nero
Covet
6:37
1.6
pirouette
Covet
1:36
1.7
aries
Covet
6:00
1.8
parott
Covet
4:41
1.9
odessa
Covet
6:46
1.10
farewell
Covet
4:41
Total Playing Time    48:33
Sound and color echo one another. As colors add vibrancy and depth to art, sounds do the same for music. When the palette widens in both cases, the vision does as well. covet magnify their musical palette on their second full-length album, technicolor. The San Francisco, CA trio—Yvette Young [guitar, vocals], David Adamiak [bass], and Forrest Rice [drums]—temper their signature instrumental ebb-and-flow with guitar pedal sorcery, feverish tremolo-picking, whammy bar dips, and a dreamy vocal lull. As such, these ten tracks canvas an entire sonic spectrum.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Triple Crown Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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