Hold My Home. Flower Drum Song. Harold Bloom. Hear My Baby Call. First Cold War Kids. Hot Coals Cold War Kids. There is a prevalent thought running through conversation on Cold War Kids, that their earlier work—particularly their most widely reaching album, debut Robbers and Cowards —is their strongest output.
Their ever-so-slowly declining popularity seems to mirror this sentiment, as has their slowly disappearing founding lineup. Note: When you embed the widget in your site, it will match your site's styles CSS. This is just a preview!
Cannot annotate a non-flat selection. Make sure your selection starts and ends within the same node. All News Daily Roundup. Album Reviews Song Reviews. Harold Bloom Hear My Baby Call First Return to Tackyland Recorded at their own studio, the band's fifth album is charged with an intimacy and intensity that began returning to their music with Lonelyhearts.
Hear My Baby Call. Divine CD. Love Is Mystical 2. Can We Hang On? So Tied Up - featuring Bishop Briggs 4. Restless 5. LA River 6. No Reason to Run 7. Open Up the Heavens 8. Invincible 9. Wilshire Protest Luck Down Ordinary Idols Cameras Always On Part of the Night Free to Breathe. Against Privacy 2. Mexican Dogs 3. Every Valley Is Not a Lake 4. Something Is Not Right with Me 5. Welcome to the Occupation 6. Golden Gate Jumpers 7.
Avalanche in B 8. I've Seen Enough 9. Every Man I Fall For Dreams Old Men Dream Relief La Divine Vinyl LP. Port of Call Studio San Pedro. Indie rock , indie pop. Lars Stalfors and Dann Gallucci. Tuxedos Hold My Home Divine US Billboard . US Independent Albums Billboard .The rest of Hold My Home is nearly as strong, with Cold War Kids accomplishing many of the things they've strived for on their previous albums. "Flower Drum Song" is a reminder of just how powerful their music is when they hit the sweet spot between ambitious and overwrought, while the seductive keyboards and female backing vocals on "Nights & Weekends" put some slink in .