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  • On their third full-length, Modern Vampires Of The City, Vampire Weekend feel like a band in transition, dealing with their own mortality, and looking to trade in their sun-bleached, pigeonholed world-pop for something with teeth.
  • Vampire Weekend "Worship You": City in the way you want it City with the safety of a never-ending blessing on it City with the weight upon it City in the way you want it album: "Modern Vampires Of The City" () Obvious Bicycle. Unbelievers. Step. .
  • Apr 04,  · On a song like “Hannah Hunt” off of Vampire Weekend’s album Modern Vampires of the City, Ezra Koenig expertly narrates a short story with a wry chorus that adds levity to an otherwise.
  • May 13,  · Modern Vampires of the City. Vampire Weekend's third album is a remarkable progression from a band that was already functioning at a high level. The songs are more spontaneous and dynamic and.
  • Well it's an album that talks about religion, faith, romance, philosophy and factors that relates to those aspects deeming it as an album that saw the maturity of Vampire Weekend in terms of sound, lyricism and aesthetic. I think it's because of the in-depth wordplay and metaphor.
  • Jul 02,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Modern Vampires Of The City on Discogs. Label: XL Recordings - XLLP,XL Recordings - XLCD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Indie Pop, Indie Rock/5().
  • May 06,  · Listen free to Vampire Weekend – Modern Vampires of the City (Obvious Bicycle, Unbelievers and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at diaragenphentcurnefenectolaxmiser.coinfo
  • May 14,  · Modern Vampires of the City is Vampire Weekend’s third studio album, and was co-produced by Ariel Rechtshaid and band member Rostam Batmanglij. Rechstaid’s contributions are incredibly interesting.
  • May 13,  · Editors’ Notes There are deftly wielded forces of darkness and light at work on Vampire Weekend’s third record. Elegiac, alive with ideas, and coproduced by Ariel Rechtshaid, Modern Vampires of the City moves beyond the grabby, backpacking indie of its predecessors. In fact, whether through the hiccuping, distorted storm of “Diane Young” or “Unbelievers”—a .