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Album Review

Ex-Laburnum frontman Wes Grasty developed a shimmery dream pop sound with First Night on Earth, deviating far enough from My Bloody Valentine and Lush for a unique sound of their own. Their debut album, No One Knows Anything for Sure, swirls around atmospheric loops, hazy guitar work, and crashing percussion waves, but it's Grasty's low, boyish vocals that make First Night on Earth's sound bit a different from their influences. Vocalist Tina Cargill is a nice addition, particularly on the cascading trip "Subside." "Misunderstood" is dark in subtle electronics while echoing Joy Division-like appeal, and "A Good Reason" plays around with jazz threads. No One Knows Anything for Sure is an honest, ambitious effort for First Night on Earth and definitive of what's musically affected Grasty. He knows what lies ahead.


Formed: 2001 in Charlotte, NC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Laburnum's Wes Grasty formed First Night on Earth in 2001 while searching for a new creative direction. Joining him were Stephen Yount (guitar), Chris London (bass), Tina Cargill (vocals/guitar), and Vance Carlisle (drums). Composing a lush dream pop/space rock mix to match the heaviness of Chapterhouse and Ride, First Night on Earth signed to Liquilab Records in their native North...
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