Lanterns on the Lake – “New Find” (MP3s)


(Photo: g-photography.co.uk)

Very nice, melodic alt slow core.  Like a nice long warm drink on cold December morning whilst sitting meditatively by a low burn fireplace. 

I counted 13 Tracks you may download at:

http://www.last.fm/music/lanterns+on+the+lake

From slowcoustic.com: This is why I love music and love Last.fm.  Lanterns on the Lake (discovered via Agnes over on It All Started with Carbon Monoxide) is a lush and soothing soundscape via rainy day England.  Now with the help of Last.fm, you too can stare longingly at the ground while possibly swaying back and forth getting lost in ethereal/ambient indie pop!  While I am not always into dreamy indie pop, I really have taken to LotL since first hearing them a few weeks back and I highly recommend them.  Why they are unsigned is still baffling me.

 

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   Lanterns on the Lake: General Info
Member Since 8/9/2007
Band Website last.fm/music/lanterns+on+the+lake
Band Members Hazel Wilde- words, singing, guitars, mandolin, harmonicaPaul Gregory- guitars, piano, drumsAdam Sykes – synths, piano, singing, mandolin, guitarBrendan Sykes- bass, cello, glock

Sarah Kemp- violin

Ol Ketteringham- drums, kalimba, glock, piano, owl

Influences Low, The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, Godspeed You Black Emp, Bright Eyes, The Verve, Neil Young, Explosions in the Sky, Joni Mitchell, Talking Heads, Reindeer Section, Smashing Pumpkins, Olafur Arnalds, The Cure, Radiohead, Dirty Three, Joy Division, Twilight Sad, Red Wine, The Album Leaf, How to Animate the Dead and many , many more…

~ by castleqwayr on June 15, 2009.

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