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Brighton trio Thyla are announcing their long-awaiting debut album. Self-titled, it will be released via Easy Life Records on Jan 28th, 2022. The band are also sharing the record?s lead single, ?Gum?. Thyla are a band that have regularly found their creative impulse heightened by a sense of heaviness and burden. Their music focusses on a journey that seems to be getting harder rather than easier, often highlighting struggles with how we attach identity and value to ourselves, and the sneaking feeling that the more we learn, the less we know. In new single ?Gum? there is a real feeling of the band willing themselves forward. In what is in fact the album?s opening lyric, singer Millie Duthie offers ?I?ve been thinking about growing myself new skin?. It is a line that simultaneously seems to suggest that as that journey gets harder, their skin gets thicker, as well as a metaphor for finding freedom in shedding the negativity that can lurk beneath the surface of us all. ?Gum? is a powerful opening statement that casts aside unconstructiveness and reels in positive engagement. She expands below: "Gum is about shrugging the weight of the world off your shoulders - being stuck, knowing it, and choosing not to care. The world is weird; life is confusing. You're not always going to get what you want, but let's stop talking about it.
Brighton trio Thyla are announcing their long-awaiting debut album. Self-titled, it will be released via Easy Life Records on Jan 28th, 2022. The band are also sharing the record?s lead single, ?Gum?. Thyla are a band that have regularly found their creative impulse heightened by a sense of heaviness and burden. Their music focusses on a journey that seems to be getting harder rather than easier, often highlighting struggles with how we attach identity and value to ourselves, and the sneaking feeling that the more we learn, the less we know. In new single ?Gum? there is a real feeling of the band willing themselves forward. In what is in fact the album?s opening lyric, singer Millie Duthie offers ?I?ve been thinking about growing myself new skin?. It is a line that simultaneously seems to suggest that as that journey gets harder, their skin gets thicker, as well as a metaphor for finding freedom in shedding the negativity that can lurk beneath the surface of us all. ?Gum? is a powerful opening statement that casts aside unconstructiveness and reels in positive engagement. She expands below: "Gum is about shrugging the weight of the world off your shoulders - being stuck, knowing it, and choosing not to care. The world is weird; life is confusing. You're not always going to get what you want, but let's stop talking about it.
196006954833

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 02/04/2022
UPC: 196006954833

Thyla (Uk)
Artist: Thyla
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Amber Waits
2. Breathe
3. 3
4. Flush
5. Gum
6. Echo for Ingrid
7. Kin
8. Imbude (Interlude)
9. Making My Way Through the Skyline
10. Dandelion
11. Rabbit Hole

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Brighton trio Thyla are announcing their long-awaiting debut album. Self-titled, it will be released via Easy Life Records on Jan 28th, 2022. The band are also sharing the record?s lead single, ?Gum?. Thyla are a band that have regularly found their creative impulse heightened by a sense of heaviness and burden. Their music focusses on a journey that seems to be getting harder rather than easier, often highlighting struggles with how we attach identity and value to ourselves, and the sneaking feeling that the more we learn, the less we know. In new single ?Gum? there is a real feeling of the band willing themselves forward. In what is in fact the album?s opening lyric, singer Millie Duthie offers ?I?ve been thinking about growing myself new skin?. It is a line that simultaneously seems to suggest that as that journey gets harder, their skin gets thicker, as well as a metaphor for finding freedom in shedding the negativity that can lurk beneath the surface of us all. ?Gum? is a powerful opening statement that casts aside unconstructiveness and reels in positive engagement. She expands below: "Gum is about shrugging the weight of the world off your shoulders - being stuck, knowing it, and choosing not to care. The world is weird; life is confusing. You're not always going to get what you want, but let's stop talking about it.

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