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Title:
Sun Coming Down
Performer:
Ought
Style:
Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,New Wave/Post-Punk Revival,Punk Revival
Duration:
40:23
Released:
September 18, 2015
Location:
Hotel2tango, Montreal
FLAC album size:
1626 mb
MP3 album size:
1674 mb
Other formats:
AHX DMF AIFF DTS MP1 AAC
Genre:
Rating:
4.4

Sun Coming Down, the band's second full-length album, was released in September 2015. Side projects Members. Tim Darcy – guitars, vocals.

Home Pop/Rock Sun Coming Down. Release Date: Sep 18, 2015 Record label: Constellation Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock. 81 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works.

Album: Sun Coming Down. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: February 3, 2018 - Ought – Room Inside The World (2018). June 15, 2015 - Ought – Aquarium Drunkard Lagniappe Sessions (2015). October 27, 2014 - Ought – Once More With Feeling (2014).

Ought returns with their second full-length album Sun Coming Down, following a break-out year for the Montréal-based rock quartet that saw its 2014 debut More Than Any Other Day. Having spent most of 2014 on the road, Ought settled into a long harsh Montreal winter hibernation, spending the first few months of 2015 writing, playing the occasional local gig, and eventually heading back to the Hotel2Tango recording studio in the spring to lay down a batch of fresh tunes. Release date: 18 September 2015.

Ought have announced the follow-up to their excellent debut album More Than Any Other Day. Recorded in the band's native Montreal, Sun Coming Down arrives September 18 via Constellation. Beautiful Blue Sky" is the fifth track on the album; give it a listen above, and check out the album art and tracklisting below. Ought play Pitchfork Music Festival on Friday, July 17. Sun Coming Down: 01 Men For Miles 02 Passionate Turn 03 The Combo 04 Sun's Coming Down 05 Beautiful Blue Sky 06 Celebration 07 On The Line 08 Never Better. Watch Ought's set at Pitchfork Music Festival.

Sun Coming Down tracklist: 1 Men For Miles 2 Passionate Turn 3 The Combo 4 Sun’s Coming Down 5 Beautiful Blue Sky 6 Celebration 7 On The Line 8 Never Better. Ought tour dates: 9/17 – Montreal, QC – Ukrainian Federation (Pop Montreal) 9/30 – Boston, MA – Great Scott 10/1 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge 10/2 – Brooklyn, NY – The Silent Barn 10/3 – Washington DC – Comet Ping Pong 10/5 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle 10/8 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th St. Entry 10/9 – Winnipeg, MB – The Good Will 10/10 – Saskatoon, SK –.

There were two ways I was expecting Sun Coming Down to go, given that it was released little more than a year after Ought’s excellent debut album, More Than Any Other Day. It could either draw from the same creative well, building on the catchy songwriting and witty and emotionally earnest lyrics of the debut, or it could try to forge a brand new identity, dipping its toes into uncharted territory. I was not terribly optimistic this route would yield fully formed songs, and Sun Coming Down certainly doesn’t. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think Sun Coming Down is a bad album.

Album · 2015 · 8 Songs. See All. More Than Any Other Day. 2014. Once More With Feeling - EP. Room Inside the World.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Men for Miles Ought 5:44
2 Passionate Turn Ought 5:18
3 The Combo Ought 3:34
4 Sun's Coming Down Ought 5:02
5 Beautiful Blue Sky Ought 7:43
6 Celebration Ought 3:11
7 On the Line Ought 5:04
8 Never Better Ought 4:47

Credits

Tim Darcy - Back Cover Photo, Guitar, Vocals
Tim Keen - Drums, Violin
Chyrum Lambert - Cover Art
Matt May - Keyboards, Vocals
Radwan Ghazi Moumneh - Mixing, Tracking
Harris Newman - Mastering
Ought - Mixing, Primary Artist
Ben Stidworthy - Bass
Reviews:
  • Inabel
You hear them for the first time and you think. “I’ve heard this before” and then, before the thought has completely left your brain you realize that you actually haven’t. They are doing something inspired, and new, and as timeless as their influences. I like comparing things to other things but there is a reason why we sometimes compare. It brings a comfort to something that amazes us. This band gets a lot of comparisons in every other review, so, I won't iterate the OBVIOUS comparisons. (But for the sake of a different take: Try Radiohead / Fugazi) Ought find a way to amaze me with every listen, but at the same time, remind me of some of my favourite albums of yesteryear. New and Exciting. Comfortable new shoes. “Beautiful Blue Sky” MIGHT be the best rock song of the decade.P.S. - I’ve been lucky to see them live twice. Magical.
  • Getaianne
They remind me of The Nails, which is a good thing.