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Windows and Walls

by The Mispent

The Mispent's second full album is a real step on, taking the "Morrissey meets Crowded House" vibe and developing it into very assured style of their own. Beautiful ballads and Pop joyrides in equal measure - this is very emotionally satisfying work.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Can't Stop Myself
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2. Sabotage
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3. The Thought of You
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4. In My Shoes
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5. Simplify My Situation
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6. Listen To Lilith
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7. Catch Me If I Fall
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8. Get Yourself Outta That Hole
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9. Somewhat Smitten
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10. How Could I Get It So Wrong
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11. Your Cases
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12. Windows and Walls
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Mispent’s second album “Windows & Walls” is, on first listen a delightfully fresh, Pop/Rock/Folk concoction about grown up relationships; the surprise is that every return visit rewards the listener with new bittersweet insights. This is a record of substance that has the courage not to wear it on its sleeve. Emotional intelligence - with a somewhat dry wit, is behind music that tells universal human stories with empathy and no little charisma. This may well be an extension of the fact that Warrick Hayes, the band leader, and Guy Fearon, the lead guitarist, are drama school friends. The live shows certainly benefit as a result - the performances are gloriously charming; which makes for music that is both highly engaging and touching . It's rare indeed to witness such a vintage blend of talent. "For many reasons, there aren't enough intelligent, melody-driven, upbeat, adult-orientated bands that are new out there," says Warrick. "My focus is to make sure we're good enough to fill that void and do that job. And I think we are, and we can."

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