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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Tim Burgesss - "i Love The New Sky (Album Stream)" [Rock & Alternative, Album Streams]

i Love The New Sky (Album Stream)

"i Love The New Sky (Album Stream)" music video by Tim Burgesss
Added: 30-06-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative, Album Streams
Description : Tim Burgesss 'I Love The New Sky' (Official Album Stream)


Tim Burgess inherited Mick Jagger's rock & roll swagger and big lips before Oasis' Liam Gallagher became famous for them. When Burgess debuted with his group the Charlatans in the late ‘80s, he looked and sounded almost interchangeable with many of the Manchester, England artists at the time -- bangs, baggy pants, and detached, lazy vocals -- but by embracing other musical styles and moving forward, he has actually outlived his contemporaries. Burgess may not receive the critical accolades, British tabloid mentions, and chart hits of the bands who influenced him or whom he helped inspire, but he has quietly built a solid career with an impressive body of work that transcended the Madchester, shoegaze, and Brit-pop movements that his group flirted with. 

During the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic quarantine, Burgess held a series of social media events called "Tim's Twitter Listening Party," where he played ringleader for sharing memories and opinions on classic albums. Artists also participated in the parties, ranging from Oasis' Bonehead to Throwing Muses. The listening parties would set the stage for the May 2020 release of I Love the New Sky, the first proper Tim Burgess solo album since 2012's Oh No I Love You.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Tim Burgesss