Singles is the fourth studio album by American synthpop band Future Islands, released on March 24, 2014 through 4AD Records. The album's lead single "Seasons (Waiting on You)" was picked as the best track of 2014 by NME, Pitchfork Media and Spin. Singles received acclaim from contemporary music critics.
Produced by Chris Coady. We've traded places times before We were built for making love and not for war I'm screaming, "Fire! Fire!" Watching from the door I'm feeling burnt clean, under your eyes Putting me out. Ooh ooh, baby don't hurt no more Ooh ooh, keep from crying Ooh ooh, baby don't hurt no more Ooh ooh, ooh baby don't hurt no more. And I feel it go What we held so slow Goes so quickly And I need to know All I need to know Is the pain of lying
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Albums The Far Field Singles On The Water In Evening Air Wave Like Home Tracks Calliope Last Christmas (Wham! cover) The Chase Haunted By You Doves (Vince Clarke Remix) Crish (Javelin Remixxx) Follow You (pangea version) Seasons (Waiting On You) A Song for Our Grandfathers A Dream of You and Me Seasons (Waiting on You) Grease Give Us the Wind Balance.
American synthpop band Future Islands have released five studio albums, six extended plays (EPs), 23 singles and 15 music videos. Future Islands was formed in Greenville, North Carolina but relocated to Baltimore, Maryland in 2008. It consists of John Gerrit Welmers (keyboards), William H. Cashion (bass), and Samuel T. Herring (vocals). The band included Erick Murillo (drums) up until November 2007.
Future Islands believe in true love, you can tell that because their songs speak through our lives. It’s as if their music has always been with us, soundtracking every great hope, dawning realization and broken promise. Every fond embrace, each leap of faith. With each landmark album, they’ve been growing, loving, losing and leaving us wanting more. Returning with their new album ‘Singles’, Future Islands have refined their unique sound further still. Having worked with Thrill Jockey and Upset The Rhythm previously, ‘Singles’ marks the start of their new relationship with legendary label 4AD, a more fitting home is hard to imagine.