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Lenses Alien is the second album from American indie rock outfit Cymbals Eat Guitars. While their debut was mainly written by frontman Joseph D'Agostino, Lenses Alien sees the band collaborating on all songwriting duties for the first time. Keeping the nod to '90s alt-rock outfits such as Built to Spill, Modest Mouse, and Pavement, the band has managed to craft its own unique sound.

Customer Reviews


i am so glad i stumbled upon this band (i just saw the album on the itunes homepage). love them! they might be a bit shouty and harsh for some people, but i love them. cymbals eat guitars ftw!


Fantastic !


these guys don't the recognition they deserve for this rare, rich masterpiece of an indie album.
cannot recommend enough, just buy it and try it :)


Formed: 2008 in Staten Island, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

An indie rock band from New York City, Cymbals Eat Guitars made their critically acclaimed full-length album debut in 2009. Founded one year prior, the band comprises Joseph D'Agostino (aka Joseph Ferocious; vocals, guitars), Matt Cohen (guitar), Neil Berenholz (bass), Matthew Miller (drums), and Daniel Baer (keyboards). D'Agostino, the band's chief songwriter, first began playing with Miller in high school. Starting in the tenth grade, the two performed covers of songs from the first two Weezer...
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