Will Varley - Kingsdown Sundown (2016)
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Will Varley - Kingsdown Sundown (2016)

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Artist: Will Varley
Title: Kingsdown Sundown
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Xtra Mile Recordings
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:28
Total Size: 105 MB
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Tracklist:
01. To Build A Wall 03:39
02. Something Is Breaking 03:23
03. When She Wakes Up 06:29
04. February Snow 03:45
05. Let Your Guard Down 03:38
06. We Want Our Planet Back 02:35
07. Too Late Too Soon 07:20
08. Wild Bird 03:50
09. Back To Hell 03:19
10. One Last Look At The View 04:44
11. Well Keep Making Plans 01:47
With the follow-up to the stellar Postcards From Ursa Minor, an album that propelled Will into unexplored territory, return tours with The Proclaimers and unbelievable summer festival sets, he continues to build upon broken spirits with this set of almost unbearably raw songs. First track to be lifted from the album is 'To Build A Wall' -- an unnervingly timely indictment of simplistic solutions to incredible complex problems on both sides of the pond. Recorded underneath a pub by the sea in Deal, Kent as the waves roared outside, Kingsdown Sundown is a bleak and uncompromising critique of the human condition, journeying deep into our dreams, faults, regrets and politics. The songs are more visceral and uneasy than before, with fights in KFC descending into world wars, the all too real plight of refugees and the recent rise in hate crime. A collection of folk songs written over the course of the last year while travelling and touring -- written on tour buses and trains, scribbled on the back of set lists and receipts -- Will says "these are the most honest songs I've ever written and they represent new ground for me creatively. They may not be radio friendly, or even 'friendly' at all, but I've been wanting to make a record like this for a long time." The rest of the album is hazier, more spectral and a phantom of memories, dreams, and hopes. If there's one song that haunts as much as it heals and warms the soul, it's 'Let Your Guard Down' which sounds like it was sung deeply into the howling wind in defiance, in hope and fear. The most directly political song 'We Want Our Planet Back' feels strongly enough to strap on an electric guitar and strum over Will's patient protest, but it indirectly lends its brooding power to 'Too Late Too Soon' which seems ready to crumple and break, a sandcastle made of a simmering mood. 'Back To Hell' could have come from any period in superstitious folk history, a tale of vague menace, mysticism and the underworld. Finally, 'We'll Keep Making Plans' threatens to build to a crescendo, but instead lets us drift out into a mental sea where the sun is setting on what we knew in favour of the unknown, resolving to carry on, continuing to build our futures on shakier foundations. It's somehow not dispiriting; it's more driven by determination to allow sadness not to rule our lives, but be an important part of it.

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