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Vinyl LP pressing in gatefold sleeve. Youth Lagoon's third album Savage Hills Ballroom is rooted in discomfort, rather than avoiding it. Influenced by society's desire to exude a flawless existence, the album's musical direction and visual aspects were conceived on Powers' late-night walks through Idaho's suburbs. "When I see rows and rows of seemingly ideal houses, I can't help but think that humanity has an innate craving to look perfect. And usually the better someone's life seems from the outside, the more they're hiding," states Powers. "I've had a lot of barriers for a long time that I haven't let people past, and I've gotten really sick of playing pretend."
Vinyl LP pressing in gatefold sleeve. Youth Lagoon's third album Savage Hills Ballroom is rooted in discomfort, rather than avoiding it. Influenced by society's desire to exude a flawless existence, the album's musical direction and visual aspects were conceived on Powers' late-night walks through Idaho's suburbs. "When I see rows and rows of seemingly ideal houses, I can't help but think that humanity has an innate craving to look perfect. And usually the better someone's life seems from the outside, the more they're hiding," states Powers. "I've had a lot of barriers for a long time that I haven't let people past, and I've gotten really sick of playing pretend."
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Savage Hills Ballroom [Vinyl]
Artist: Youth Lagoon
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing in gatefold sleeve. Youth Lagoon's third album Savage Hills Ballroom is rooted in discomfort, rather than avoiding it. Influenced by society's desire to exude a flawless existence, the album's musical direction and visual aspects were conceived on Powers' late-night walks through Idaho's suburbs. "When I see rows and rows of seemingly ideal houses, I can't help but think that humanity has an innate craving to look perfect. And usually the better someone's life seems from the outside, the more they're hiding," states Powers. "I've had a lot of barriers for a long time that I haven't let people past, and I've gotten really sick of playing pretend."
        
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