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Tracklist

1Prairie Girls
2Here Come That Dream Again
3Modern Day Kid
4Hungry Animals
5Mumbled Words
6Sentimal Day Kid
7Ghost
8Kiss Shy
9Belly Of The Sun
10Oh! Dear Mother
11Drunken Choir

Notes

Edition of 100

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HABITAT by SUNFIELDS, released 27 May 2014 1. Ghost 2. Modern Day Kid 3. Sentimental Heart 4. Oh Dear Mother 5. Kiss Shy 6. Prairie Girls 7. Drunken Choir 8. Hungry Animals 9. Mumbled Words 10. Here Come That Dream Again 11. Belly of the Sun. Philippe Tremblay apparently, taking 4 years to release a second album is a great thing Favorite track: Sentimental Heart. Radio Free Americana. Listen free to Sunfields Habitat Ghost, Modern Day Kid and more. 10 tracks . Born in the summer of 2009, Sunfields are Love, loss and Americana, creating a comfort zone with country trimmings in psychedelic undertones. They spent their early years rummaging through their parents old record collection absorbing all the sounds an songs they could. After years of listening, writing and recording, they came up with 'Palace In The Sun'. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2015 Vinyl от Habitat на , Montreal, Quebec. 4th Record is in the can. Now we gotta get it out. Excited to announce that we are re-issuing the debut album Jason Kent, SUNFIELDS. You may have seen him on tour with us when that was still possible playing keys, guitar, bass, backing vocals. he does it all Check out the first single Midnight Love. Album is out July 24th, 2020. Lead single from the 2020 reissue of Jason Kent's Sunfields self-titled debut 2006. Montreal's Sunfields laid down a double-album's worth of material when they set off into the studio making their third full-length, Habitat. The cream of the crop turned what could have been an expansive excursion into a streamlined 11-song offering, and you can check out the indie outfit's final result now on ahead of the official May 27 due date through Exit Sign Music. Sunfields also have some tour dates coming up, and you can peep the itinerary for the trip just above the album stream. Tour dates . It's Good to be King Tom Petty. Posted 1 year ago1 year ago. When the groups new album, Habitat, was stuck in limbo - it was originally finished in 2012, although it has undergone numerous changes since then - they returned there to figure out how to proceed. We went out on the ice between Hudson and Oka, Kent recalled. A telltale sign Sunfields arent fully entrenched in Americana Around 22 songs were recorded for Habitat, and one of Kents favourites was cut for sounding too much like something from the Bands Music From Big Pink. If Habitat comes across as more homely, as Kent put it, his becoming a father explains why the album feels unhurried, in more ways than one. Album 2019 4 Songs. Sunfields - EP Broxton. 67, or simply Habitat, is a model community and housing complex in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie. It was originally conceived as his master's thesis in architecture at McGill University and then built as a pavilion for Expo 67, the World's Fair held from April to October 1967. It is located at 2600 Avenue Pierre-Dupuy on the Marc-Drouin Quay next to the Saint Lawrence River. Habitat 67 is widely considered an architectural landmark and one of the

Sunfields - Habitat mp3

Performer: Sunfields

Title: Habitat

Country: Canada

Release date: 27 May 2015

Label: Exit Sign Music

Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock

Catalog: ESM003

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 2937 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 452

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album

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Funky
Delivered as a limited edition of one hundred on 180 gram black vinyl with a wrap-around cover, the Canadian band Sunfields present a well created warm and structured album that while sounding fresh and new, has its roots deeply embedded in the countrified sounds of Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles … though I get the feeling that they’re one of the few people who managed to discover Chris Laterzo & Buffalo Robe nearly a decade ago, creating outstanding music suitable for any day under the California sun.

Here on Habitat, Sunfields have mixed splendid guitar chords that are laced with just enough bits of fuzz and controlled light handed distortion to bring out the essential sound their sonically perfect Vox guitars are capable of achieving, allowing them to come off contemporary, and at times downright gorgeous (especially on the song "Ghost") with their take on low-keyed alternative country folkiness, resounding with impressively solid lyrics that are haunting backed by a floating vintage inspired electric piano, along with a sustained backbeat that holds everything in check, keeping the band from wandering.

All of that being said, Habitat comes across as a mixed bag of material devoid of a central theme. Nevertheless, many of the songs crash like waves onto the beach, with others such as "Prairie Girls" bringing to mind the spirit of Neil Young’s early solo work, resounding as rolling anthems, spacious and creative enough to fill any auditorium. Yet when one listens to tracks such as "Ghost" or "Drunken Choir", as good as the other material is, you’ll be left scratching your head wondering as to why they couldn’t find their way to create an album filled with songs as relentlessly intoxicating as those.

Review by Jenell Kesler
Funky
Delivered as a limited edition of one hundred on 180 gram black vinyl with a wrap-around cover, the Canadian band Sunfields present a well created warm and structured album that while sounding fresh and new, has its roots deeply embedded in the countrified sounds of Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles … though I get the feeling that they’re one of the few people who managed to discover Chris Laterzo & Buffalo Robe nearly a decade ago, creating outstanding music suitable for any day under the California sun.

Here on Habitat, Sunfields have mixed splendid guitar chords that are laced with just enough bits of fuzz and controlled light handed distortion to bring out the essential sound their sonically perfect Vox guitars are capable of achieving, allowing them to come off contemporary, and at times downright gorgeous (especially on the song "Ghost") with their take on low-keyed alternative country folkiness, resounding with impressively solid lyrics that are haunting backed by a floating vintage inspired electric piano, along with a sustained backbeat that holds everything in check, keeping the band from wandering.

All of that being said, Habitat comes across as a mixed bag of material devoid of a central theme. Nevertheless, many of the songs crash like waves onto the beach, with others such as "Prairie Girls" bringing to mind the spirit of Neil Young’s early solo work, resounding as rolling anthems, spacious and creative enough to fill any auditorium. Yet when one listens to tracks such as "Ghost" or "Drunken Choir", as good as the other material is, you’ll be left scratching your head wondering as to why they couldn’t find their way to create an album filled with songs as relentlessly intoxicating as those.

Review by Jenell Kesler