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White Wives

Happeners

(Anti-Flag, Dandelion Snow, American Armada)

Adeline 031363

Released on June 28, 2011

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Incited by the mid-60s Provo movement and named after the managers of its antics, Happeners is a collection of 11 tracks that range from high-gain electric rock n' roll, to punk/indie rock, to carefully orchestrated acoustic songs. It is a veritable landscape of sounds realized by five friends from varying Western Pennsylvania towns who have as many creative and ideological similarities as they do differences.

Since the project was formed in the summer of 2010, White Wives have self-released the Situationist EP, following the recording with extensive touring in North America. They have shared their raucous live show — the stage is left in disarray after every set — with any and everyone who will have them. Performing alongside The Lawrence Arms, Lemuria, Balance & Composure, Koji, and the Cancer Bats, proves that the confines of genre do not apply to White Wives. In the past few months the band has focused much attention on the Northeastern United States and will expand its focus to the rest of the world as they head out on the road in support of Happeners via Adeline Records.

Critics widely agree that White Wives' discovered sound and this collection of songs bear very few similarities to the artists' previous and current projects, that the ideas and sounds are new, that Happeners is an individual.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Indian Summer, Indian Summer Voted #3  11%
2 Sky Started Crying  6%
3 Hungy Ghosts Voted #2  28%
4 Spinning Wheels  0%
5 Paper Chaser  11%
6 Another City For A New Weekend  0%
7 Hallelujah, I'm Mourning Voted #1  33%
8 Grow So Wild & Free  6%
9 The Devil's Alibi  0%
10 Let It Go  6%
11 Like A Runaway Slave  0%
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Theresa from Shellbrook, SK Canada 
Jun 5 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Love this album. For indie fans or fans of Chris #2 as he sings a lot on this cd. They are very well thought out songs and most of them have quite a bit of edge to them. In other words some are border line punk. So probably a good cd for indie fans or punk fans alike.

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Doug from Massapequa, NY 
May 20 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I first was exposed to the White Wives when they opened for the Lawrence Arms at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. I believe it was only their third show or something and it definitely showed. A few months later, I randomly heard 'Sky Started Falling' and loved it. I immediately picked this up and I'm really glad I did.

This cd is really tough to classify but if I had to take a guess, I would say it's alternative/indie with some punk rock leanings.





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