13 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The English quintet have escaped a period of ennui and dissatisfaction that nearly curtailed them for good after 2013’s Old Souls. However, their most musically adventurous record yet still finds frontman James Veck-Gilodi processing his demons to transfixing effect. “Fever”’s grungy charge juxtaposes a searingly honest account of alcoholism with one of their most infectious choruses, the homesick “Seattle” tips gracefully into country-rock, and “England” expresses weariness with their homeland over a restless funk-rock groove.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The English quintet have escaped a period of ennui and dissatisfaction that nearly curtailed them for good after 2013’s Old Souls. However, their most musically adventurous record yet still finds frontman James Veck-Gilodi processing his demons to transfixing effect. “Fever”’s grungy charge juxtaposes a searingly honest account of alcoholism with one of their most infectious choruses, the homesick “Seattle” tips gracefully into country-rock, and “England” expresses weariness with their homeland over a restless funk-rock groove.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
91 Ratings
91 Ratings
carl_os87 ,

A reminder of how important this band is

When Deaf Havana signed off 'Old Souls' with the majestic 'Caro Padre' it sealed their evolution from their 'Friends Like These' days.
All These Countless Nights sees the band continue to grow. Against the backdrop of inner turmoil which has now been well documented, this is a remarkably reassured album.
Starting off incredibly with Ashes, Ashes the album is fabulous. And when they hit Petty Low, ironically it feels like they're soaring pretty high.
It's not even February and already we have a contender for album of the year. Welcome back boys!

maximuspope ,

love this band

i have loved all the music so far , guts heart and soul ,please tour more venues down south xxx

Piggy1982 ,

Best Album by far!

This is their best album to date. I don’t know how they haven’t become bigger than they are. I’ve had this album on repeat for days and can’t get enough. Masterpiece!

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