Sometimes We Must Change Shape[CD]
What others are saying... 'Strange and beautiful, Roche Limit's latest effort creates a new balance between art and experimentation.' -Regen Magazine 'Sometimes We Must Change Shape may just hold some of the most unique electro/organic compositions of the year.' - Wildy's World Reviews 'Vancouver based one-man-band Roche Limit's new album blends folk, pop, electronic and industrial in a carefully balanced defiance of convention.' - YouthInk 'Sometimes We Must Change Shape is an album that must be listened to in it's entirety to catch each of it's many identities and presents a variety rarely heard in music today.' - Spill Magazine 'There are a lot of good ideas here, and the record manages to balance it's everything-and-the-kitchen-sink production style with focused, catchy hooks.' - Discorder Magazine About the Album... As the title suggests this album is about change, and this becomes immediately apparent right from the get go. This album seems more positive and upbeat than previous work, as well as being sonically more challenging with more infectious hooks and introspective lyrics than before. The album was co-produced by Kevvy Mental (Fake Shark Real Zombie) who also lent some guitar and backing vocals to the mix helping to round out the sound and giving Roche Limit a slightly more edgy sound than previous efforts allowed. The 13 original songs run the gamut from the opening rock-poptronic number, My Friend Ship, the unique folkdustrial sound of Since I, to the heartrending yet uplifting tune "So Sorry". Their repertoire of songs combine a variety of genres and styles with meaningful lyrics, tongue in cheek humor, and catchy rhythms that leave you asking one question. Where can I get more?
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