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Landroid — Yellow Sea
Album: Yellow Sea
Avg rating:
7

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Total ratings: 765









Released: 2019
Length: 3:46
Plays (last 30 days): 2
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great video for this song
 snowcone wrote:

"Don't drink the yellow sea!"


...I'll show myself out.



Watch out where the huskies go
"Don't drink the yellow sea!"


...I'll show myself out.
Interesting. More info including tour dates are here

LANDROID — FANATIC (fanaticpromotion.com)

Quite enjoy this song.  Picking up a Beach House vibe on it.
 coppergarden wrote:

I'm 72 years old, and I just heard this for the first time -- the song AND the artists.  I think I'm a fan!


This gives your fellow grey-hairs hope that we can continue to find inspiration in this rather dystopian period in our tiny corner of the universe...thanks... 
This thing takes it to another level, and on second hearing, I feel like this is a song that has incredible power and potential! Nice find, RP!
Bumping up - 8>9.
More of Landroid please, Mr. Bill.
Little influence from Siouxsie and the Banshees maybe?  ;-)
Cool!  There's something going on here that makes it feel familiar and new at the same time to me; that's always a very, very good sign!


Made all of gold in purple dunes
A soft wind blows, yield control
She turns to stone and then she floats

That's all that it takes

She drifts just like, just like a cloud to the edge
To the edge of space where time awaits, wear away
She is turning dark like a shadow, lie awake
She turns to stone and then she floats

That's all that it takes

I can
You can
She can
We can

Good song!
Luis from Portugal
We can......quarantine?
(here are the lyrics from the official video on youtube)

She walks with ghosts on hooves
Made all of gold in purple dunes
A soft wind blows, yield control
She turns to stone and then she floats

That's all that it takes

She drifts just like, just like a cloud to the edge
To the edge of space where time awaits, wear away
She is turning dark like a shadow, lie awake
She turns to stone and then she floats

That's all that it takes

I can
You can
She can
We can
good stuff    

...in the friscalating dusklight.

Ihatethissong wrote:
From their website, landroidmusic.com 

In a dusty desert town at the edge of the Mojave Desert lives LANDROID. Their music shifts between lush, Lynchian dreamscapes and stark realities, infused with the passing of clouds, the smell of rain-soaked creosote bushes, and the whispers of nearby mountains.

I agree completely with their description
 

From their website, landroidmusic.com 

In a dusty desert town at the edge of the Mojave Desert lives LANDROID. Their music shifts between lush, Lynchian dreamscapes and stark realities, infused with the passing of clouds, the smell of rain-soaked creosote bushes, and the whispers of nearby mountains.

I agree completely with their description
 Pjesnik wrote:
DCD meets KB and Cocteau Twins.
 
DCD, mmm not sure if I hear that
Cocteau Twins, for sure
But what is KB?

btw: pretty good song. Interested to hear more from them
Wow...love this...wall of sound....
Be careful searching for this band, there's a mower named after them now...
Hey that's special! 
 coppergarden wrote:
I'm 72 years old, and I just heard this for the first time -- the song AND the artists.  I think I'm a fan!
 

Ditto!
I'm 72 years old, and I just heard this for the first time -- the song AND the artists.  I think I'm a fan!
I had thought it was Moby until I checked the artist
 Ihatethissong wrote:
I like this music very much.
I think their publicist is a RP fan.
 
I'm a RP fan

Thank you Bill and Rebecca.....I am working from home in Joshua Tree and loved the "shout out".  
Wow, not even on Discogs.
Me likey a lot...really a lot! Fresh new sound, reminds me of the feeling I had the 1st time I heard Delerium's Karma...very cool:-)
 aspicer wrote:
Nice on first listen - curious to hear more - simple "7"
 
After a few listens up to a 9 from an 8.
 Ihatethissong wrote:
well I dig the heck out of this
love the spacey, dreamy waves and the heavy driving beat.
 
Me too, and the sea is dear to me.
well I dig the heck out of this
love the spacey, dreamy waves and the heavy driving beat.
I lived in the desert for more than 21 years. I love this sound. 
Nice on first listen - curious to hear more - simple "7"
DCD meets KB and Cocteau Twins.
Sort of a Cocteau-y thing that never really gets there but I like it anyway.
Is there a Devotchka sample in this?
unfortunate to share a name with an automated lawn mower...

very nice sound tho. synth parts remind me of Ulrich Schnauss.
I like this music very much.
I think their publicist is a RP fan.
Good find, Bill & Rebecca! 

I looked up the town of Landers, California and found an interesting story.