Extralife is acclaimed alt-folk quartet Darlingside's follow up to their 2015 breakthrough Birds Say which emphatically marked the arrival of an eclectic, intelligent and dynamic band. Darlingside stretch the boundaries of traditional folk, chamber pop, baroque, progressive and indie rock by melding the various styles together and creating something not easily categorized and very much their own. Where Birds Say was steeped in childhood nostalgia and the loss of innocence, Extralife finds Darlingside looking to the future, mourning the loss of our world with an almost post-apocalyptic view. While the subject matter may seem bleak, Extralife is not without an underlying sense of hope and optimism.
Extralife is acclaimed alt-folk quartet Darlingside's follow up to their 2015 breakthrough Birds Say which emphatically marked the arrival of an eclectic, intelligent and dynamic band. Darlingside stretch the boundaries of traditional folk, chamber pop, baroque, progressive and indie rock by melding the various styles together and creating something not easily categorized and very much their own. Where Birds Say was steeped in childhood nostalgia and the loss of innocence, Extralife finds Darlingside looking to the future, mourning the loss of our world with an almost post-apocalyptic view. While the subject matter may seem bleak, Extralife is not without an underlying sense of hope and optimism.
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Extralife
Artist: Darlingside
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Extralife
2. Singularity
3. Futures
4. Hold Your Head Up High
5. Eschaton
6. Old Friend
7. Lindisfarne
8. The Rabbit And The Pointed Gun
9. Indian Orchard Road
10. Rita Hayworth
11. Orion
12. Best Of The Best Of Times

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Extralife is acclaimed alt-folk quartet Darlingside's follow up to their 2015 breakthrough Birds Say which emphatically marked the arrival of an eclectic, intelligent and dynamic band. Darlingside stretch the boundaries of traditional folk, chamber pop, baroque, progressive and indie rock by melding the various styles together and creating something not easily categorized and very much their own. Where Birds Say was steeped in childhood nostalgia and the loss of innocence, Extralife finds Darlingside looking to the future, mourning the loss of our world with an almost post-apocalyptic view. While the subject matter may seem bleak, Extralife is not without an underlying sense of hope and optimism.