Good Morning - Good Morning Seven - Blue (Blue) [Colored Vinyl] [Download Included] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Arcade
2. Ahhhh (This Isn't Ideal)
3. Monster Of The Week
4. As The Dogs Were Playing
5. The Worm Turns
6. Dog Years
7. Queen of Comedy
8. The Lake
9. Diane Said
10. One Night
11. Excalibur
12. Real I'm Told
13. Just In Time
14. Toy
15. Jelly Legs
16. Dogs On The Beach
17. The Fear!

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Blue vinyl w/ download card in wide spine jacket. After signing with Polyvinyl in 2021 and releasing the critically acclaimed album Barnyard (as well as the two double singles Mollyduker / Keep It & Out to Pasture / Misery), Australian duo Good Morning return with their aptly titled seventh album, Good Morning Seven. On Good Morning Seven, Stefan Blair and Liam Parsons share some of their most beautifully complex and ambitious work to date - a double album that invites the listener into a world of unwavering tonal depth and sonic masterpieces. Produced & engineered by the band in their Melbourne studio and mixed in Joshua Tree, CA by the band with help from Tyler Karmen (My Morning Jacket, Sharon Van Etten, Devendra Banhart), the album features stand-out tracks such as the breezy "Excalibur" and the lush and sweeping "Toy."In addition to being streamed over 300 million times around the globe, Good Morning has been featured in publications such as Billboard, The FADER, SPIN, and many others. In 2018, their song "Don't Come Home Today" was sampled in A$AP Rocky's track "Kids Turned Out Fine," introducing the band to an entirely new set of listeners. The band has played to sold-out crowds around the world, including festivals such as Roskilde, Nine Lives Festival, Tropicalia, and others.