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2012-07-12 11:43:00 UTC


We Arrive Alive’s music is a constant surprise. Movement between slow / fast / run / fall / run. Their conversational instruments speak in constant battle or harmony, depending on how you care to interpret them. Their music is nothing short of filmic. With the release of their second E.P. ‘My Friend, The Bombmaker’ - the five strong group present another collection of songs that are, in equal measure, devastating and beautiful. Shapeshifters - they are anything you want them to be.

The title track of the E.P. is called [ My Friend The Bombmaker ] and it's the perfect introduction to a witheringly good quartet of songs. We will be presenting a new track here each day for the rest of the week. Enjoy. We Arrive Alive line-up consist of:

Neil Dexter, Ben Healy, Adam Faulkner, Michael Naude & Andrew McGurk.

Credit / Rreleased 06 July 2012

Written and performed by We Arrive Alive. Recorded and Engineered by Liam Mulvaney and Daniel Fox at Asylum Studios, Bowlane, Dublin. Mastered by Aidan Foley at Masterlabs and Artwork by Niamh Forbes - [ niamhforbes.blogspot.com ].

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Artist - We Arrive Alive Album - My Friend, The Bombmaker Release Date - 2012 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock [ EXCELLENT ] Tracklist 1. My Friend The Bombmaker 04:46 2. Dachau 06:14 3. Zombies 03:37 4. A Lethal Black Ooze 03:21 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We Arrive Alive - My Friend, The Bombmaker -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - We Arrive Alive Album - Walls Release Date - 2011 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock [ EXCELLENT ] Tracklist 1. This is a City 07:21 2. Save Me from the Morning 06:25 3. Walls 04:39 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We Arrive Alive - Walls -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Theta Naught | Daycast | Because Of Ghosts | Years | Stearica -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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