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It Was Love - The Elected - Sun, Sun, Sun (CD, Album)

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  1. Two years later, with another Rilo Kiley album (More Adventurous) in the vault, Sennett resumed things with the Elected. Sun, Sun, Sun, a collection of summery pop/rock songs that evoked the West Coast, marked the band's second release for Sub Pop in Jenny Lewis released her first solo record that same year, and Rilo Kiley issued one final album -- their major-label debut, 's Under.
  2. Jan 24,  · Sun, Sun, Sun Lyrics: Sun, sun, sun, stay with me / Don't go behind the clouds / I know that you'll go down / But while it's daylight, your light hit me / 'Cause if I lose you now / I feel I could bow.
  3. Find The Elected bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic Album Highlights. The Elected. Sun, Sun, Sun. The Elected. Bury Me in My Rings. The Elected. Me First. See Full Discography Related Artists. Associated with. Rilo Kiley.
  4. Jason, the man that mixed The Elected’s previous effort, Sun, Sun, Sun, suggested an impromptu recording session. Blake had no material, no songs to explore, but Cupp insisted. Pressure free, no expectations. These initial recordings sired what would become the album’s opening track, “Born to Love You,” a 3 minute ode to the majesty of.
  5. Feb 26,  · Sun, sun, sun, stay with me don't go behind the clouds I know that you'll go down but while it's day, let your light hit me cause if I lose you now I fear I could bow out and I don't know where I.
  6. Warm and mellow guitar tones weave around front man Blake Sennett’s soft croon, it is the very definition of a summer album, delightfully easy to listen to, very accessible but just musically challenging enough to keep the album from descending into The Eagles country.
  7. In between writing, recording, and promoting Rilo Kiley 's third album, More Adventurous, he created this delightful song set entitled Sun, Sun, Sun. Here, the Elected dress up their breezy soundscapes of lost loves and broken hearts for an enchanting second album, whose sunshiny pop is more magical in comparison to Me First.7/
  8. This is album is truly a sleeper, at first glance it doesn't appear to have a whole lot under the hood or seems to have much depth. But like a flower under the 'Sun Sun Sun' it flourishes into something powerful. I must have listened to this album atleast a dozen times consecutively, for the moment it made no other album matter/5(14).

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