Artist: Cocoanut Groove Title Of Album: How To Build A Maze Year Of Release: 2014 Label: Fortuna POP! Genre: Indie Pop Quality: FLAC Total Time: 26:57 min Total Size: 192 MB
Tracklist: 01 Prelude 02 How To Build A Maze 03 On A Monday Morning 04 The High Coast 05 Fair-Weather Friend 06 Colours 07 Seven Flowers 08 North Country Summer 09 Afternoons 10 A Secret Tune 11 Night Walk How to Build a Maze is the second album from Cocoanut Groove, which is due for release on 4 November. Fronted by Olov Antonsson, its their first as a full band, the debut album Madeleine Street (2008) having essentially been a solo project. Hailing from the North of Sweden, Antonsson wears his1960s baroque pop influences on his sleeve, along with traces of latter day guitar pop like The Smiths and The Clientele, and folk acts like Vashti Bunyan and Nick Drake. The songs for How to Build a Maze were written and recorded over quite a long period of time. Bleaker and less naive than their debut its still no great departure, with Olov continuing to strive for 60s pop perfection, attempting to write something as beautiful as Beechwood Park by The Zombies or World Of You by The Aerovons. As well, there are quite a few traditional Swedish folk melodies hidden on the album, like the ones you find on the album Jazz på svenska by Swedish pianist Jan Johansson. Recorded in various places around Olovs hometown Umeå, with no professional recording studios involved whatsoever, the album is about getting lost in different ways losing your way in city streets, losing friends and watching summers pass. The theme can be summed up by this simple definition from Wikipedia: A maze is a tour puzzle in the form of a complex branching passage through which the solver must find a route.
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