Thursday Girl

Eleanor Rising

Thursday Girl
Performed By Eleanor Rising
Album UPC 887516160660
CD Baby Track ID 10298466
Label Eleanor Rising
Released 2013-01-03
BPM 92
Rated 0
ISRC uscgh1316137
Year 2013
Spotify Plays 235
Writers
Writer Luis Carrillo, Ryan James, Rudy Mallari
Pub Co Luis Carrillo, Ryan James, Rudy Mallari
Composer Luis Carrillo, Ryan James, Rudy Mallari
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master
Rights Easy Clear: Master
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country CANADA - B.C.

Description

The eagerly anticipated debut album of EleanorRising, "Amplify" let's the world know that this band is "checking nothing (and that their musical) egos are coming right through the door". Guitar driven and lyrically compelling 2013 will truly "Amplify".

Notes

After releasing a 5 song Digital EP in March 2012, the band quickly began work on their debut album teaming up again with fellow musician, producer, and friend Doug Fury (of Scatterheart and Bif Naked fame); the result being "Amplify". The songs show off the band's guitar driven rock influence and vary from the up-tempo tracks of "Amplify", "Breaking", “The Siren’s Song”, and “Discord of the Fallen” to the commercially appealing "Aventura" and “Sorry” to the dark and haunting “All Falls Down” .

Lyrically the bands kicks off the album with the song "Amplify" - a no-nonsense view about taking a chance at fame and fortune and giving the middle finger to those who say "Why bother". The songs "Breaking", Always (Song for a friend), and Sorry are about love lost and the process of wondering why and how one moves on. The songs "Aventura" and "Thursday Girl" are songs of strength - how a person can find inner strength and rise above their situation and become stronger for it. Songs of seduction either by a woman or by the bright lights of Las Vegas are exactly what "The Siren's Song" and "City of Sin" are about. "Discord of the Fallen" is the band's look at the current state of the world - if you were to look at it half empty. Lastly, the band looks the subject of child abuse through the eyes of girl in the dark and haunting song "All Falls Down".

Their hope with this album is to inject themselves into the ears of audience members’ one song at a time.

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