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CHARLES HOWL 'Sir Vices' download MP3 album

London band Charles Howl release their debut album ‘Sir Vices’ with a dozen tracks that deliver.  

“CHARLES HOWL floor filler from sweaty club shows, fashion parties to festival stages, they always deliver, its sonic attack with soul" 

Official release date: 16/3/2015. Pre-order now and you will receive your album by email. 

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Charles Howl release their debut album ‘Sir Vices’ with a dozen tracks that deliver.  Comprised of Charles Howl & Bobby Voltaire (both of The Proper Ornaments) they elected to record at Syke Lane's warehouse studio on the outskirts of Leeds, utilizing the foggy and remote atmosphere.  Locked away Howl honed his songwriting, and production skills, slowly bringing in a team of friends, including Chris Hicks (Talons) on bass and Wesley Patrick Gonzalez (Let’s Wrestle), who laid down a lead line on track 5 while round for a cup of tea.

As some of the last children of the ‘80s and with a britpop upbringing, it’s no wonder Charles Howl has produced an album that sounds like The Modern Lovers channeling The Stone Roses while maintaining its contemporary charm.   It makes for an album that is outward looking with tight rhythms tying down whirling guitars and lustrous textures bouncing off melodies.

Side A  1. So Long – 2. Give Me Solar – 3. Lunacy – 4. I Love You – 5. Sighed At Me – 6. Peace & Quiet

Side B  7. The New Shade – 8. Going Down with a High – 9. Sky Birds Blue – 10. The Right Floor – 11. Without Animal – 12. Field of Joy

CHARLES HOWL 'Sir Vices' download MP3 album <p><strong><span style="font-family: Times;">Charles Howl</span></strong> release their debut album <strong><span style="font-family: Times;">‘Sir Vices’</span></strong> with a dozen tracks that deliver.  Comprised of Charles Howl & Bobby Voltaire (both of <strong><span style="font-family: Times;">The Proper Ornaments</span></strong>) they elected to record at Syke Lane's warehouse studio on the outskirts of Leeds, utilizing the foggy and remote atmosphere.  Locked away Howl honed his songwriting, and production skills, slowly bringing in a team of friends, including <strong><span style="font-family: Times;">Chris Hicks</span></strong> (<strong><span style="font-family: Times;">Talons</span></strong>) on bass and <strong><span style="font-family: Times;">Wesley</span></strong> <strong><span style="font-family: Times;">Patrick Gonzalez</span></strong> (<strong><span style="font-family: Times;">Let’s Wrestle</span></strong>), who laid down a lead line on track 5 while round for a cup of tea.</p> <p>As some of the last children of the ‘80s and with a britpop upbringing, it’s no wonder <strong><span style="font-family: Times;">Charles Howl</span></strong> has produced an album that sounds like <strong><span style="font-family: Times;">The Modern Lovers</span></strong> channeling <strong><span style="font-family: Times;">The Stone Roses</span></strong> while maintaining its contemporary charm.   It makes for an album that is outward looking with tight rhythms tying down whirling guitars and lustrous textures bouncing off melodies.</p> <p>Side A  1. So Long – 2. Give Me Solar – 3. Lunacy – 4. I Love You – 5. Sighed At Me – 6. Peace & Quiet</p> <p>Side B  7. The New Shade – 8. Going Down with a High – 9. Sky Birds Blue – 10. The Right Floor – 11. Without Animal – 12. Field of Joy</p>
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