Heavyweight 180 gm vinyl LP pressing of the Irish band's second album. Blue Lights on the Runway belies a Synth-based metamorphosis for the group that Paste Magazine called, "one of Ireland's greatest bands." the central creative trio of Paul Noonan, Dave Geraghty and Dominic Phillips retained the melody-focused approach of their first album but expanded their sound through the addition of glitchy electronic nuances ('The Ribs of a Broken Umbrella') crunching, prominent guitars ('Breastfed') and glittery art pop ('The Great Defector'). Noonan's gorgeous ballad 'Light Catches Your Face' anchors the work, exemplifying the emotional gamut fans have come to expect from the versatile rockers.
Heavyweight 180 gm vinyl LP pressing of the Irish band's second album. Blue Lights on the Runway belies a Synth-based metamorphosis for the group that Paste Magazine called, "one of Ireland's greatest bands." the central creative trio of Paul Noonan, Dave Geraghty and Dominic Phillips retained the melody-focused approach of their first album but expanded their sound through the addition of glitchy electronic nuances ('The Ribs of a Broken Umbrella') crunching, prominent guitars ('Breastfed') and glittery art pop ('The Great Defector'). Noonan's gorgeous ballad 'Light Catches Your Face' anchors the work, exemplifying the emotional gamut fans have come to expect from the versatile rockers.
5051808100312

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: YEP ROC RECORDS
Catalog: 2175
Rel. Date: 03/31/2009
UPC: 5051808100312

Blue Lights On The Runway
Artist: Bell X1
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

More Info:

Heavyweight 180 gm vinyl LP pressing of the Irish band's second album. Blue Lights on the Runway belies a Synth-based metamorphosis for the group that Paste Magazine called, "one of Ireland's greatest bands." the central creative trio of Paul Noonan, Dave Geraghty and Dominic Phillips retained the melody-focused approach of their first album but expanded their sound through the addition of glitchy electronic nuances ('The Ribs of a Broken Umbrella') crunching, prominent guitars ('Breastfed') and glittery art pop ('The Great Defector'). Noonan's gorgeous ballad 'Light Catches Your Face' anchors the work, exemplifying the emotional gamut fans have come to expect from the versatile rockers.