Peach Pit - From 2 to 3 - 2022 - Vancouver Canada Indie Pop - Sealed LP

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Peach Pit – From 2 To 3

Label:      Columbia – 19439939761
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Includes custom inner sleeve. Features a Peach Pit hype sticker on the shrink wrap.
Barcode (Text): 1 94399 39761 9
Country:    US
Released:   Mar 4, 2022
Genre:      Rock, Pop
Style:      Indie Pop, Indie Rock
A1          Up Granville
A2          Vickie
A3          Lips Like Yours
A4          Pepsi On The House
A5          Look Out!
A6          Everything About You
B1          Give Up Baby Go
B2          Last Days Of Lonesome
B3          Drips On A Wire
B4          2015
B5          From 2 To 3
(Trinitonian) "Opening their new album is the song “Up Granville,” which includes numerous drug references and talks about someone who is unsatisfied with the company they keep and their life in general. The lyrics of this song are kind of a bummer in this way, but they are ironically contrasted with the boppy instrumental sounds.
The third track on the album is titled “Lips Like Yours” and has the vocals that on this song are a lot more upbeat compared to “Up Granville.” They give a common accountanecdote of the path of love takes. First, the speaker questions whether the person he is addressing is going to join him on the path to a relationship and love with the words “It’s all that way, honey / Aren’t you coming that way?” The lyrics then transition into warning about the dangers of love with the lines “Going through the shadow of love / will f–k you up / and leave you out there, hung to dry.”
The lyrics in the repeating chorus, however, basically amount to saying that once you have given in to love and everything that comes with it, there willis eventually going to be a fork in the road where you have to decide to either to leave for something else or stay forever. “Lips Like Yours” is a narrative about the two sides of love and relationships, where it could either be just like the last relationship, which eventually ends, or it could be the one that lasts a lifetime.
The fourth track on the album, “Pepsi on the House,” opens with a harder rock/surf rock intense instrumental intro. When the lyrics “As light slips in over your face there” are sung, most of the background instrumentals stop, dramatizing those lyrics in a climax. It seems to me, especially with the lines, “Holding my baby like you / When you turn me on / It’s the height of fun,” like the song is describing the speaker’s fantasies about being with someone younger than them, outside of their current relationship. Especially with the lines, “Holding my baby like you / When you turn me on / It’s the height of fun.”

My favorite song on the album is the sixth track, “Everything About You.” The song starts slower than most of the other songs on the album and focuses more on the lyrics and vocals, with limited instrumentals. I really like this song because of the satisfying and jumpy melody during the lyrics “I like everything about you / Heaven is over there if you’d like.” It almost gives a comforting sound, similar to how butterflies in your stomach might feel. In terms of both lyrics and sound, This is definitely one of the sweeter songs on the album (within regards to both lyrics and sound)."

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Condition New
Format LP
Color Black