Swirling noise Brooklynites, Vivian Girls released their sophomore album, Everything Goes Wrong, almost exactly one year after their self-titled debut
Everything Goes Wrong is longer than the 22 mins their debut clocked in at, with the band having taken their time and recorded it in six days - rather than the three their debut took -- though many of the songs were still recorded in single takes.
Whilst Vivian Girls once again captured their raw, fun edge - as the influence of ’60s girl groups, The Ramones as well as surf and indie pop, still ring true, Everything Goes Wrong is without a doubt a darker, moodier album than its predecessor.
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It's funny, for each song in the record I can think of specific people I've wanted to say those exact words to. This album not only took the words out of my mouth, but put a smile on my face :) Weadee M.
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Awesome follow up to their sophomore record. Loved the additional instrumentation and sound of the record overall. The vocal choir at the end of Heir Apparent is one of the most beautiful parts of this record. maxc372