Bring Me Your Love is the second album by City and Colour, released on February 12, 2008 through Dine Alone Records. According to Billboard, the album debuted at of the Top Heatseekers chart in March 2008. The songs on this album are more folk-oriented with occasional harmonica, bass, drums, banjo and mandolin as opposed to the previous releases which only consisted of acoustic guitar and piano.
Complete your City And Colour collection. Country should be 'Australia' as the CTX catalogue number indicates (distributed by Shock Records). Reply Notify me Helpful.
The Myspace Transmissions - EP. 2008. Guide Me Back Home (Live).
Pop punk Rock Alternative rock Punk rock. Honey, this Mirror Isn't Big Enough for the Two of Us. Vampires Will Never Hurt You. Drowning Lessons. Skylines and Turnstiles. Early Sunsets Over Monroeville. This Is the Best Day Ever.
Bring Me the Horizon have come a long way since their first album. A very long way. The deathcore rebels who formed 10 years ago were only interested in making the heaviest uproar possible. But Bring Me the Horizon are an autonomous lot; they want to figure out their next direction alone and Fish reveals they're planning to produce their fifth studio album themselves. didn't take a very hands-on role with the production," he continues. But now people come up to me in the supermarket and the gym and say they love our band. They just don't look like it. I couldn't guess a Bring Me the Horizon fan now. It's really cool. Bassist Matt Kean continues: "We've been used to so many people going mental moshing at a show.
Jordan Fish told Kerrang!: Doomed was originally going to be called What a State. Doomed was the first track that we wrote for the album and it was also the last track we finished. It was always intended to be the first song on the album. We wanted to open with something that made it clear that this record isn’t going to be what you’ve heard before from us. Doomed samples sounds from the drug scenes featured in the 2000 film Requiem for a Dream.
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