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Declare a New State!

The Submarines

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How better to accurately convey the pain of breaking off a long-term relationship than to write and record songs about it with your ex-significant other? Apparently, Blake Hazard and John Dragonetti couldn't think of a more appropriate way, and what came out of those sessions (which eventually led to their reconciliation and marriage) was Declare a New State!, their first album as the band the Submarines. Needless to say, it's sad, pretty music that finds them reflecting about themselves and where they went wrong, never blaming anyone specifically but never accepting full responsibility, either. Each of them (they sing tracks both together and separately) puts pretty much everything out in the open for everyone to hear ("On Super Tuesday I wanted to die...I'll never vote again," Dragonetti whimpers in "Vote," referencing their breakup, which happened on the eve of the 2004 California presidential primary), leaving little to hide behind. In "Brighter Discontent," Hazard sings lines like "I rearranged the place a hundred times today/But the ordering of objects couldn't hide what's missing" and "All these things should make me happy...to be home again," rendering her point quite clear, but as if there were a possibility you might not understand her implications, she throws in a bridge with the phrase "Love is not these belongings that surround me/Though there's meaning in the memories they hold" to really drive things home. There are some wonderfully poignant lyrics in Declare a New State! as well ("You got a way with words/Just sentiment without revealing how you feel," Hazard states in the gorgeous "The Good Night") that work well with the gentle guitar arrangements and melodies (which don't so much jump from the record as blend smoothly in with the layers of instrumentation) the band chooses to employ.

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La claque

Ce premier album de ce couple de californiens est l'une des bonnes surprises de cette année. Du très bon rock indé chanté tour à tour par les 2 membres du groupe. A écouter d'urgence: Brighter discontent et Hope.

Formidable !!!!

C'est un album fantastique que je recommande vivement, je ne peux plus m'en passer, que du bonheur. J'espére qu'ils vont bientot débarquer en France.

So Nip Tuck

J'ai découvert ce groupe lors de l'épisode final de la saison 4 de Nip Tuck où tous les personnages chantent en chorale, j'en suis tombé raide dingue !!! A écouter allongé sur son canapé la lumière éteinte....

Biographie

Formé(s) : 2005 à Los Angeles, CA

Genre : Alternative

Années d’activité : '00s, '10s

The Submarines are an indie pop group comprising John Dragonetti (aka Jack Drag) and Blake Hazard, who initially crossed paths while working as solo artists in Boston. Introduced by mutual friends, the pair soon became musically and romantically involved. Dragonetti produced Hazard's debut solo album, 2002's Little Airplane, and they began playing and performing with each other's bands. The couple moved west to Los Angeles to continue their career in warmer environs, but their relationship ended...
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Declare a New State!, The Submarines
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