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Seven Layers Of Self-Defense

by Latvian Radio

Lyrically charged and sonically intelligent indie-noise-pop.
Genre: Pop: Noise Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Suzy Singable
3:27 album only
2. Seven Layers Of Self-Defense
2:35 album only
3. This Is Love
3:51 album only
4. I Want To Fight Your Fight Tonight
2:44 album only
5. When Everything Was Grey
3:46 album only
6. Leaning On A Reason
3:01 album only
7. We Ought To Be Ashamed
3:03 album only
8. I Am Afraid It\'s Still Me
3:07 album only
9. One Too Many Things
3:28 album only
10. On The Stereo
2:37 album only
11. I Am Gonna Say It Anyway
3:00 album only
12. Night Blindness
3:16 album only
13. Angular Well Being
3:44 album only
14. When You Deliver The News
3:08 album only


Album Notes
LATVIAN RADIO is currently taking their lyrically charged, high energy "indie-noise-pop" on the road in support of their new release "Seven Layers Of Self-Defense". It will be released on the Swedish label Belpid Records. It picks up where their critically acclaimed "Happiness Above A Hardwood Floor" left off. It explores even deeper into the psyche of prolific songwriter Patric Westoo and his sonically dense yet melodic backing band. Like Richard Yates "Revolutionary Road" turned into a three minute pop song.

Their 2006 release "Happiness Above A Hardwood Floor" was well received by CMJ college radio station all throughout the United States. San Francisco based "Bagel Radio" had them in the top five for four straight weeks and "Saturday Left Her On The Floor" made their list of Top 50 Songs Of 2006 at number 32. Stations in Japan and Europe played the record as well. They also had a song nominated for best rock song at the "Just Plain Folks" independent music awards held in Los Angeles.



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