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Pretty Years
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Pretty Years by Cymbals Eat Guitars, released 16 September 2016 1. Finally 2. Have a Heart 3. Wish 4. Close 5. Dancing Days 6. 4th of July, Philadelphia (SANDY) 7. Beam 8. Mallwalking 9. WELL 10. Shrine. Matt Schwerin In my opinion, this is Cymbals Eat Guitars finest album in a discography that is very consistently good. I think the songs are great and I think the production quality has really been stepped up, even between this and LOSE. Their drummer is a beast and the drums sound great (just a random note, as I am a drummer).

Cymbals Eat Guitars is an indie rock band from Staten Island, New York, founded by high school friends Joseph D'Agostino and Matthew Miller. The band's name comes from a Lou Reed quote describing the sound of The Velvet Underground. Cymbals Eat Guitars was founded in 2007 by guitarist Joseph D’Agostino and drummer Matthew Miller, who both graduated from Southern Regional High School in Manahawkin in 2006.

Cymbals Eat Guitars’ 2009 debut album Why There Are Mountains arrived at the very tail end of indie-rock’s halcyon days when it was still possible for a new band to earn a fast following just by doing the whole Built to Spill/Modest Mouse/Pixies thing well. That’s not to say they didn’t deserve their success. Pretty Years stops short of that. Despite the comparatively upbeat outlook of these songs-a shift that’s underscored by the album’s jaunty tempos-words of comfort don’t come naturally to singer Joseph D’Agostino. He spent much of Cymbals Eat Guitars’ grief-sick last album processing the death of a close friend, so even as he looks to better days here, he remains guarded and deeply skeptical of any good fortune. It's as much of a declaration of love as I’ll ever muster, he trills on Close. He’s trying to channel Robert Smith’s heavenly sigh, but his words don’t soar the way Smith’s do.

Cymbals Eat Guitars are releasing a new album this fall. On September 16, the band will release their fourth album, Pretty Years, via Sinderlyn. The album was produced by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Baroness, Cloud Nothings) and the group cites artists such as David Bowie, The Smiths, the Cure and Neil Young as influences on the direction of the new record. In a dark moment on tour for LOSE, I said something to Matt about losing my pretty years quickly because of touring, how the lifestyle ages you, singer/guitarist Joseph D’Agostino says of the title, in a press release.

In "Finally," the rousing opener to the band's fourth album Pretty Years, singer-guitarist Joseph D'Agostino takes up a position out past his comfort zone, rasping in reach of a feeling. If this is infinite," he howls, with wonder in his voice, "the center is everything, dilated and smiling. Guitars with the treble turned up high churn around him while drums thwack and punch, all in pursuit of the revelation that contentedness can be more transforming when evasive and hard-won. From their home in base in Staten Island, the most distant and remote borough of New York City, Cymbals Eat Guitars' members have trafficked in a loose and effusive sound that recalls indie- and college-rock aesthetics informed by bands from The Replacements to Archers Of Loaf to Beach Slang and others who peer back to the 1980s and '90s with.

Complete your Cymbals Eat Guitars collection. I never give 5's, but this is a modern day masterpiece in my humble opinion. Been a fan since "why there are mountains" due to hearing "indiana" on some random sirius xm station years ago late at night prior to the albums release. To me, the band kinda hit a sophomore slump and started heading back in the right direction with their junior effort (still enjoy both records but not really impressed by either). I feel like they really figured out what they wanted to be with this album. All killer, no filler. Keep up the good work boys!

Pretty Years Tracklist. Pretty Years Q&A.

New Album Pretty Years Out Now via Sinderlyn Records. After you're done Pioneer Works. 13 Eylül 2017, 15:02 · Herkese Açık. 1 Yorum · Haberin Tam Boyutu. Türkçeالعربية Español.


A1 Finally
A2 Have A Heart
A3 Wish
A4 Close
A5 Dancing Days
B1 4th Of July, Philadelphia (Sandy)
B2 Beam
B3 Mallwalking
B4 Well
B5 Shrine
Bonus 7"
C1 Finally (Demo)
D1 Shrine (Demo)


Limited to 300 copies on smoke vinyl.
Includes spray-painted 12" front insert, a bonus 7", and a postcard of the band
With printed inner sleeve, lyric insert, and digital download.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 858458005395

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LYN-018 Cymbals Eat Guitars Pretty Years ‎(LP, Album) Sinderlyn LYN-018 US 2016
LYN-018 Cymbals Eat Guitars Pretty Years ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Ros + 7", Tra) Sinderlyn LYN-018 US 2016
LYN-018 Cymbals Eat Guitars Pretty Years Demos ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Sinderlyn LYN-018 US 2016
LYN-018 Cymbals Eat Guitars Pretty Years ‎(LP, Album, Bla + CD-ROM, Ltd, Pre) Sinderlyn LYN-018 US 2016
LYN-018 Cymbals Eat Guitars Pretty Years ‎(CD, Album) Sinderlyn LYN-018 US 2016