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Lions & Gold

by Swords

Lions & Gold is Swords début album. The album has been described in the Irish media as "one of the most anticipated Irish début records of 2013". It includes the single All The Boys - Phantom105.2 FM's most played track in June 2013.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Myopic
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2. Buildings
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3. 8 Life Eat
5:22 $0.99
4. Hips
4:24 $0.99
5. All the Boys
2:55 $0.99
6. The Menace
4:52 $0.99
7. Lions & Gold
3:50 $0.99
8. Crossbeat
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9. Nine Nights
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10. Skin You
4:50 $0.99
11. Wicklow
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Album Notes
Swords are a three piece alternative band. They blend guitars, synths, samples, loud drums, and keyboard hooks with Diane Anglim’s haunting and intimate vocals.

Lions & Gold, the bands début album is available now from iTunes, Google Play, CdBaby and Tower Records.

Recording began November 2012 in a cottage in remote Co Kilkenny with Karl Odlum on production duties, continuing with sessions in Dublin and most recently mastering in Abbey Road Studios.

The 11 track album has been pre empted by two single releases: “All The Boys” which became Phantom 105.2′s most played track and lifted the band into Dublin’s musical consciousness along with their Camden Crawl performance and an appearance on the TV show Other Voices. The second single, “Lions & Gold”, shows the bands depth & is a considered follow-up.

"An intriguing, compelling debut.." - Sunday Business Post

"There is plenty here to suggest that Swords can produce a killer record..." - Hot Press Magazine

"Stomping" - Phantom 105.2

"A dark yet romantic record" - The Star

"Swords have weighed in with a very impressive debut album..." - Mail on Sunday

"Album Of the week.." Dan Hegarty, RTE 2FM



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