Deafheaven Sunbather Analysis

2013-03-07 by geasoftime | 19 Comments
Deafheaven's vocalist, George Clarke, explains the lyrics to Sunbather in extensive detail. He explains his writing process and inspirations for each individual track. The following article gives fans the rare chance to understand a musician's mind comprehensively, where normally conjecture would have to suffice.

http://www.steelforbrains.com/post/44704863996/cerebros-1-deafheaven

The following link is a studio diary that Deafheaven has published concerning their upcoming album, which is slated for release in late spring. No official date has been set as of yet.

http://www.invisibleoranges.com/2013/02/the-genesis-of-a-sunbather-deafheaven-in-studio-diary/

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geasoftime
March 6th 2013
1138 Comments


A new Deafheaven album is really a big deal. Hopefully, this album will be a big contender for 2013 AOTY.

zaruyache
March 6th 2013
15516 Comments


Yeah hopefully.

Acrosstheshield13
March 6th 2013
797 Comments


George Clarke is such a black metal name...

but no, this will rule hard.

mindleviticus
March 6th 2013
8903 Comments


Roads to Judah was so fucking beautiful, idk how they're going to top that

TooLateToGoBack
March 6th 2013
1945 Comments


Roads to Judah was so fucking beautiful, idk how they're going to top that [2]

sniper
March 6th 2013
19075 Comments


i think they definitely have room to top roads to judah and i'm pretty sure they will.

North0House2
March 6th 2013
5943 Comments


Pretty cool stuff. The concept behind this sounds to be mostly one of Escapism. Hopefully it'll be a fascinating release.

zaruyache
March 6th 2013
15516 Comments


Judah was kinda repetitive; just blast beats and tremelos. This record sounds like it'll have more diversity between songs, and hopefully some more interesting structuring. There's a vid of them playing "Dream House" live, and it sounded pretty good.

sniper
March 6th 2013
19075 Comments


nothing wrong with tremolo and blast beats, but roads to judah had a lot more variety than that.

Emyay
March 6th 2013
6264 Comments


saw this band live and the front man was creepy as hell. there was something wrong with the mix and i couldn't hear him at all. made it even more creepy. i talked to him after the show and could tell he was upset there were difficulties. seemed like a cool guy though. definitely excited for the new album

paxman
March 7th 2013
4084 Comments


Lyrical predator

GringoSuave89
March 7th 2013
1111 Comments


So pumped for this release.

Tyrael
March 7th 2013
21008 Comments


gonna suck hard

zaruyache
March 7th 2013
15516 Comments


Hush your mouth.

sniper
March 7th 2013
19075 Comments


their frontman is cool. and he is an insane performer.

halloway
March 7th 2013
689 Comments


That blog is awesome.

DamnVanne
March 7th 2013
2095 Comments


More variety than Roads to Judah is the best possible news for the new album. Count me in for Sunbather

sixdegrees
March 7th 2013
22558 Comments


looking forward to this

zaruyache
March 7th 2013
15516 Comments


Why is THIS under the "punk" section, too? asdfg



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