The members of the Los Angeles indie band together PANGEA-William Keegan, Danny Bengston, and Eric Jimenez-made the most of the 2020 turbulence by writing and recording DYE, an upbeat, undeniable collection of hooks, anthems, and power-pop garage-rock catchiness that is unmistakably the album of their career. And while they-and we-are still processing not only what the hell happened during the past bonkers year but also just what in the hell got made in it, too, one thing is certain: when life gives you lockdowns, make some fucking lemonade. DYE is filled to the brim with a sense of primal urgency, with feedback and distortion leading the charge."This year made us remember how much we love playing music together, and what a privilege it is to be able to do that," Keegan adds. "Maybe that shows up in the songs, I don't really know."
The members of the Los Angeles indie band together PANGEA-William Keegan, Danny Bengston, and Eric Jimenez-made the most of the 2020 turbulence by writing and recording DYE, an upbeat, undeniable collection of hooks, anthems, and power-pop garage-rock catchiness that is unmistakably the album of their career. And while they-and we-are still processing not only what the hell happened during the past bonkers year but also just what in the hell got made in it, too, one thing is certain: when life gives you lockdowns, make some fucking lemonade. DYE is filled to the brim with a sense of primal urgency, with feedback and distortion leading the charge."This year made us remember how much we love playing music together, and what a privilege it is to be able to do that," Keegan adds. "Maybe that shows up in the songs, I don't really know."
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Dye
Artist: Together Pangea
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1. Marijuana
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3. Rapture
4. Wanted Out
5. Alabama
6. Little Line
7. Cold Water
8. Turn Time
9. Somehow
10. Ghoul
11. Nervous
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The members of the Los Angeles indie band together PANGEA-William Keegan, Danny Bengston, and Eric Jimenez-made the most of the 2020 turbulence by writing and recording DYE, an upbeat, undeniable collection of hooks, anthems, and power-pop garage-rock catchiness that is unmistakably the album of their career. And while they-and we-are still processing not only what the hell happened during the past bonkers year but also just what in the hell got made in it, too, one thing is certain: when life gives you lockdowns, make some fucking lemonade. DYE is filled to the brim with a sense of primal urgency, with feedback and distortion leading the charge."This year made us remember how much we love playing music together, and what a privilege it is to be able to do that," Keegan adds. "Maybe that shows up in the songs, I don't really know."