A Grave With No Name. Aliases: Alexander Shields.
Album · 2009 · 16 Songs. More By A Grave With No Name. Streams, Feathers - Single. Crows, Balloons - Single.
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This song is by A Grave With No Name and appears on the album Mountain Debris (2009). I can't believe that I said that I love youI love you, I love you, I love you, I love you. And I can't believe that I say that I love youI love you, I love you, I love you, I love you. And I can't believe that I'd say that I love youI love you, I love you, I love you, I love you. I can't believe that I'd say that I love youI'd love to, I'd love to, I'd love to, I'd love to.
Mountain Debris is a compilation of previously issued tracks (and a few new ones) by Alex Shields under his moniker of A Grave With No Name and it mostly works, taking a melancholy walk through wintery forests of spooked-up acoustic guitars, fuzz, tentative falsetto and all manner of found sounds and noise. Sometimes, as on the brutally distorted 'Silver', the noise becomes the dominant force, and yet it's only a Big Muff away from Pains of Being Pure At Heart candy shop cuteness
Combining a es pop pedigree with the warm fuzz of C86, the bleak soundscapes of vintage shoegaze, and just a hint of sweet psychedelic swirl, A Grave With No Name crafts impressively affecting songs that rarely crack the two-minute mark. It's something like Jay Reatard on Quaaludes. Whether it's woozy acoustic pop ("Lavender," "Open Water"), noisier shitgaze ("And We Parted Ways at Mt. Jade), or stompy proto-grunge that tugs at your heartstrings (album standout "Sofia"), Mountain Debris is a stellar first effort.
|7||We Passed The Moon (early version)||2:12|
|8||The Outdoor Type||3:04|
|13||Six Months (demo)||2:06|
|16||When I Pass Through Here||4:06|