Trust Fund - Seems Unfair (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Download Trust Fund - Seems Unfair (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Turnstile - TS021LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK & Ireland • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock


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  1. Seems Unfair by Trust Fund, released 30 October 1. Michal's Plan 2. Football 3. 4th August 4. Mother's Day 5. Seems Unfair 6. Dreams 7. Dreamers 8. Scared II 9. Big Asda Can You Believe another trust fund album.
  2. Seems Unfair was produced by Hookworms’ MJ and whilst it shows the band have progressed by honing their pop sensibilities, the youthful exuberance and reflective lyrics of Ellis Jones are retained. Vinyl LP £ TSO21LP8/10(1).
  3. Contrary to the impression given by the dullards found on the pages of the free press and radio playlists, British indie is currently in rude health with the likes of Martha, Joanna Gruesome and, best of all, Trust Fund. Second LP Seems Unfair offers the kind of melodic prowess, lyrical wit, sensitivity and social awareness that harks back to the days of Felt, Hefner and The Smiths with the band capable of .
  4. Second album from Bristol's lofi indie-popsters Trust Fund. An outfit borne of community, Trust Fund are a changing group of musicians led chiefly by Ellis Jones. 'Seems Unfair comes just months after their acclaimed debut No One’s Coming For Us, which was released in February of this year.
  5. Oct 27,  · Seems Unfair, the 2nd album of from Trust Fund has proved me wrong. When reviewing their debut album No One’s Coming For Us’ I said that songs like ‘Stomach’ and ‘Cut Me Out’ were “good examples of where the big rock-out guitar sections could have been polished up but thankfully haven’t been”.
  6. Two albums in eight months is good going. Two great albums in eight months is exceptional. This is exactly what Ellis Jones aka Trust Fund has done. In February he released No One's Coming for was 30 minutes of devastatingly simple lyrics, that had the added punch of Jones’ ability to tap right into the us and make his experiences feel like ours and vice versa.
  7. Seems Unfair by Trust Fund (Vinyl, Oct, Turnstile) Be the first to write a review. The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is .

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