Pedro the Lion

26 Aug

Until recently, Dave Bazan could have been filed under Great American Author or Songwriter. His arresting narratives of loneliness (“The Longest Winter”) and moral dissonance (“Rapture”) just so happened to be tuneful. On their latest, Achilles Heel, Bazan and company let the instruments do more of the talking which really brings the songs to life (“Discretion”). Don’t get me wrong: I wouldn’t change a note of their back catalog, but it is amazing what a little swirling keyboards or soaring guitar can do.

Discretion [MP3, 4.0MB, 192kbps]
Rapture [MP3, 3.8MB, 128kbps]
Penetration [MP3, 3.6MB, 128kbps]
A Mind of Her Own [MP3, 3.7MB, 128kbps]
I Am Always the One Who Calls [MP3, 4.0MB, 192kbps]
The Longest Winter [MP3, 5.8MB, 192kbps]

  • thomas

    oh, my sweet rapture.
    i hear jesus…

  • Lenin

    his music carry me to a world unknown