Everyone I Ever Met
by Spokes

— Released 17th January 2011 on Counter Records

Euphoric, heartfelt and utterly beautiful, Spokes present 'Everyone I Ever Met', their first album for Counter Records. Effortlessly blending together elements of shoegaze, folk, post-rock and much more, its bittersweet joyfulness will purge your system of cynicism for weeks.

This is an album that moves from the chamber shoegaze pop of title track 'Everyone I Ever Met', through heartfelt acoustic folk on 'Sun It Never Comes', slowly building piano balladry ('Give It Up To The Ni...

Euphoric, heartfelt and utterly beautiful, Spokes present 'Everyone I Ever Met', their first album for Counter Records. Effortlessly blending together elements of shoegaze, folk, post-rock and much more, its bittersweet joyfulness will purge your system of cynicism for weeks.

This is an album that moves from the chamber shoegaze pop of title track 'Everyone I Ever Met', through heartfelt acoustic folk on 'Sun It Never Comes', slowly building piano balladry ('Give It Up To The Night'), spinning revellry on 'Torn Up In Praise', rural-psych in 'Happy Needs Colour' and beautifully poised pop on closer 'When I Was A Daisy, When I Was A Tree'.

More than anything else, what strikes you listening to Spokes is their complete sincerity, their lack of any sideways glance at what their contemporaries are doing. They make beautiful, sad, celebratory, delirious, worshipful music because that’s how they feel and, in doing so, that’s how they make you feel, too.

Everyone I Ever Met
by Spokes

— Released 17th January 2011 on Counter Records

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Tracklist

  • CD
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    345
  2. 2
    We Can Make It Out
  3. 3
    Everyone I Ever Met
  4. 4
    Sun It Never Comes
  5. 5
    Give It Up To The Night
  6. 6
    Peace Racket
  7. 7
    Torn Up In Praise
  8. 8
    Canon Grant
  9. 9
    Happy Needs Colour
  10. 10
    Forever The Bridge
  11. 11
    When I Was Daisy, When I Was Tree
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    345
  2. 2
    We Can Make It Out
  3. 3
    Everyone I Ever Met
  4. 4
    Sun It Never Comes
  5. 5
    Give It Up To The Night
  6. 6
    Peace Racket
  7. 7
    Torn Up In Praise
  8. 8
    Canon Grant
  9. 9
    Happy Needs Colour
  10. 10
    Forever The Bridge
  11. 11
    When I Was Daisy, When I Was Tree
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    345
  2. 2
    We Can Make It Out
  3. 3
    Everyone I Ever Met
  4. 4
    Sun It Never Comes
  5. 5
    Give It Up To The Night
  6. 6
    Peace Racket
  7. 7
    Torn Up In Praise
  8. 8
    Canon Grant
  9. 9
    Happy Needs Colour
  10. 10
    Forever The Bridge
  11. 11
    When I Was Daisy, When I Was Tree
  12.  
    Play All (11)

Euphoric, heartfelt and utterly beautiful, Spokes present 'Everyone I Ever Met', their first album for Counter Records. Effortlessly blending together elements of shoegaze, folk, post-rock and much more, its bittersweet joyfulness will purge your system of cynicism for weeks.

This is an album that moves from the chamber shoegaze pop of title track 'Everyone I Ever Met', through heartfelt acoustic folk on 'Sun It Never Comes', slowly building piano balladry ('Give It Up To The Ni...

Euphoric, heartfelt and utterly beautiful, Spokes present 'Everyone I Ever Met', their first album for Counter Records. Effortlessly blending together elements of shoegaze, folk, post-rock and much more, its bittersweet joyfulness will purge your system of cynicism for weeks.

This is an album that moves from the chamber shoegaze pop of title track 'Everyone I Ever Met', through heartfelt acoustic folk on 'Sun It Never Comes', slowly building piano balladry ('Give It Up To The Night'), spinning revellry on 'Torn Up In Praise', rural-psych in 'Happy Needs Colour' and beautifully poised pop on closer 'When I Was A Daisy, When I Was A Tree'.

More than anything else, what strikes you listening to Spokes is their complete sincerity, their lack of any sideways glance at what their contemporaries are doing. They make beautiful, sad, celebratory, delirious, worshipful music because that’s how they feel and, in doing so, that’s how they make you feel, too.