Bryde returns with her new album 'The Volume of Things'. The title refers to the bombardment of modern life. Each day is a new avalanche - constantly, we're overloaded with new information, and distracted by constant notifications pinging on phone screens. Everywhere we turn, there are millions of choices to be made: what to do, what to buy, where to go. Despite being hyper-connected through the tiny portals in our pockets, finding raw, interrupted connection remains just as difficult, if not more so. These are the challenges that Bryde's second record grapples with. Ultimately, 'The Volume of Things' journeys towards a quieter way of living and tries to sift meaning from the white noise. Bryde - or Sarah Howells, to her friends - grew up in the sleepy Welsh seaside town of Milford Haven. Now based in Hackney, Bryde released her debut solo album 'Like An Island' in 2018 - written amid a break-up, it was a record about emancipation and learning to exist alone again. She toured the album - which was nominated for the Welsh Music Prize - playing alongside the likes of Fatherson, Rufus Wainwright, The Joy Formidable, and she performed at Dot to Dot, Green Man, Sen, Live At Leeds, The Great Escape, Latitude, Boardmasters, and 2000 Trees. Celebrated for it's melodies and accessibility. Ultimately, I'd like it to draw people closer to me, and to each other. "'The Volume of Things' tackles a universally tricky struggle: and it's resounding message is one of hope. "I have big goals for this album," Bryde concludes. "I'd like it to scoop people up in a wave of new positive emotions, and to be celebrated for it's melodies and accessibility. Ultimately, I'd like it to draw people closer to me, and to each other. "
Bryde returns with her new album 'The Volume of Things'. The title refers to the bombardment of modern life. Each day is a new avalanche - constantly, we're overloaded with new information, and distracted by constant notifications pinging on phone screens. Everywhere we turn, there are millions of choices to be made: what to do, what to buy, where to go. Despite being hyper-connected through the tiny portals in our pockets, finding raw, interrupted connection remains just as difficult, if not more so. These are the challenges that Bryde's second record grapples with. Ultimately, 'The Volume of Things' journeys towards a quieter way of living and tries to sift meaning from the white noise. Bryde - or Sarah Howells, to her friends - grew up in the sleepy Welsh seaside town of Milford Haven. Now based in Hackney, Bryde released her debut solo album 'Like An Island' in 2018 - written amid a break-up, it was a record about emancipation and learning to exist alone again. She toured the album - which was nominated for the Welsh Music Prize - playing alongside the likes of Fatherson, Rufus Wainwright, The Joy Formidable, and she performed at Dot to Dot, Green Man, Sen, Live At Leeds, The Great Escape, Latitude, Boardmasters, and 2000 Trees. Celebrated for it's melodies and accessibility. Ultimately, I'd like it to draw people closer to me, and to each other. "'The Volume of Things' tackles a universally tricky struggle: and it's resounding message is one of hope. "I have big goals for this album," Bryde concludes. "I'd like it to scoop people up in a wave of new positive emotions, and to be celebrated for it's melodies and accessibility. Ultimately, I'd like it to draw people closer to me, and to each other. "
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 06/05/2020
UPC: 195081045696

Volume Of Things (Uk)
Artist: Bryde
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Silence
2. The Trouble Is
3. Done
4. 80 Degrees
5. Flies
6. Paper Cups
7. Hallelujahs
8. Another Word for Free
9. Handing It Over 1
10. Outsiders 1
11. The Volume of Things

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Bryde returns with her new album 'The Volume of Things'. The title refers to the bombardment of modern life. Each day is a new avalanche - constantly, we're overloaded with new information, and distracted by constant notifications pinging on phone screens. Everywhere we turn, there are millions of choices to be made: what to do, what to buy, where to go. Despite being hyper-connected through the tiny portals in our pockets, finding raw, interrupted connection remains just as difficult, if not more so. These are the challenges that Bryde's second record grapples with. Ultimately, 'The Volume of Things' journeys towards a quieter way of living and tries to sift meaning from the white noise. Bryde - or Sarah Howells, to her friends - grew up in the sleepy Welsh seaside town of Milford Haven. Now based in Hackney, Bryde released her debut solo album 'Like An Island' in 2018 - written amid a break-up, it was a record about emancipation and learning to exist alone again. She toured the album - which was nominated for the Welsh Music Prize - playing alongside the likes of Fatherson, Rufus Wainwright, The Joy Formidable, and she performed at Dot to Dot, Green Man, Sen, Live At Leeds, The Great Escape, Latitude, Boardmasters, and 2000 Trees. Celebrated for it's melodies and accessibility. Ultimately, I'd like it to draw people closer to me, and to each other. "'The Volume of Things' tackles a universally tricky struggle: and it's resounding message is one of hope. "I have big goals for this album," Bryde concludes. "I'd like it to scoop people up in a wave of new positive emotions, and to be celebrated for it's melodies and accessibility. Ultimately, I'd like it to draw people closer to me, and to each other. "