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Friday, April 19, 2019

Slowly Slowly - "Skinny Love (Bon Iver) (Like A Version)" [Rock & Alternative]

Skinny Love (Bon Iver) (Like A Version)

"Skinny Love (Bon Iver) (Like A Version)" music video by Slowly Slowly
Added: 19-04-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Slowly Slowly covers Bon Iver 'Skinny Love' for Like A Version

We love Slowly Slowly covering Bon Iver's 'Skinny Love' for Like A Version at triple j's Good Az Friday at Melbourne Town Hall.

Like A Version is a segment on Australian radio station triple j. Every week a musician or band comes into the studio to play one of their own songs and cover a song they love.


Melbourne punk rockers, Slowly Slowly bring you hard-hitting honesty, bitter-sweet melancholia and an explosion of sound. 

Slowly Slowly’s second album – is a vivid snapshot of the life of Slowly Slowly Ben Stewart and those closest to him.

Lyrically dense yet restrained instrumentally to allow room for striking imagery and vibrant metaphors, Stewart veers between stream-of-consciousness accounts of futile existence in the city to rich narratives about love, life and the family cornerstone at St. Leonards beach.

Balancing raw honesty with engaging hooks, there’s the child-like opener “Dinosaurs” and “Aliens” whose thought-purging social commentary sneers at the world through the glummest lens. Elsewhere he examines complicated family dynamics on “The Cold War”, the Tinder-riddled search for happiness on “Ten Leaf Clover” and finally it all falling into place on “Alchemy”. Throughout St. Leonards, Stewart captures the world around him in full colour.

St. Leonards is out now.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Slowly Slowly