Category: Alternative


  • Neshura says:
    Watch the video for Lost at Sea from The Fiery Furnaces's I'm Going Away for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  • Tojalkis says:
    FIERY FURNACES - I'm Going Away - rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfo Music such as "Staring At the Steeple", which kicks off the second half of the album, and "Lost At Sea". The 6+ min. closer "Take Me Around Again" sums up the album perfectly. (surprise!), but with plenty of quirky moments to remind you that this is the Fiery Furnaces. One last point: the CD /5(7).
  • Kisar says:
    The Fiery Furnaces - I'm Going Away (Bonus Track Version) Album Lyrics; 1. Charmaine Champagne: 2. Cups and Punches: 3. Cut the Cake: 4. Drive to Dallas: 5. Even In the Rain: 6. I'm Going Away: 7. Lost At Sea: 8. Ray Bouvier: 9. Staring At the Steeple: Take Me Round Again: The End Is Near.
  • Tolkree says:
    Aug 24,  · Label: Popfrenzy Records - PF,Thrill Jockey - PF • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Indie Rock, Experimental The Fiery Furnaces - I'm Going Away (, CD) | Discogs.
  • Malajind says:
    But leaving behind all the experimentation reveals a surprisingly pure and gimmick-free sound, one that doesn’t get lost in its own pretentions. Despite its accessibility, I’m Going Away never feels like the Fiery Furnaces are half-assing it for a wider fanbase. Instead, the album works like a gateway drug, introducing first-time listeners.
  • Nikozil says:
    Jul 22,  · The Fiery Furnaces; I'm Going Away. This is certainly the case for "Lost at Sea", a gorgeous ballad near the end of the sequence that finds Eleanor struggling to .
  • Brall says:
    I'm Going Away, an album by The Fiery Furnaces on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  • Kajilkis says:
    I’m Going Away is the Fiery Furnaces’ Eighth album. It was recorded by and mixed with Jason Loewenstein at the end of and the beginning of in New York City. Jason also played bass and Robert D’Amico played drums.
  • Malrajas says:
    Music Reviews: I'm Going Away by The Fiery Furnaces released in via Thrill Jockey. Genre: Art Pop.

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