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Laurel - Dogviolet


1Empty Kisses4:23
3Hold Tight3:44
4Same Mistakes4:25
5Sun King4:10
6South Coast3:57
7Take It Back3:40
9All Star3:24
11Life Worth Living4:04


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneLaurel Dogviolet ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, Wat)Counter RecordsnoneUK2018
COUNTCD116 Laurel Dogviolet ‎(CD, Album)Counter RecordsCOUNTCD116 UK2018


DOGVIOLET by LAUREL, released 24 August 2018 1. Life Worth Living 2. All Star 3. Same Mistakes 4. South Coast 5. Hold Tight 6. Adored 7. Sun King 8. Crave 9. Lovesick 10. Take It Back 11. Empty Kisses 12. Recover Rising UK star LAUREL has announced her incredible debut album DOGVIOLET, out August 24th on Counter Records. Leading with infectious debut single Lovesick, the evocative and effortless 12 track LP sees Laurel showcase her sublime vocals and raw guitars. DOGVIOLET is the upcoming debut album by Laurel, set to be released in August 24, 2018. Titled after the flower, the album explores the ups and downs of being in love, Laurel explains: I wrote these songs at home often locking myself away for periods of time in order to capture the true mania that comes from love although a beautiful feeling, it can often feel a lot uglier. Works for the album began in late 2015 after scrapping an entire record for unknown reasons. Laurel started writing and recording the material in her bedroom studio, it was then taken to Gizzard Studios to be properly ma. Laurel - Dogviolet 2018. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Indie Pop. Songs in album Laurel - Dogviolet 2018. Laurel - Life Worth Living. Laurel - All Star. Laurel - Same Mistakes. Laurel - South Coast. Laurel - Hold Tight. Laurel - Adored. Laurel - Sun King. Laurel - Crave. Album 2018 12 Songs. More By LAUREL. Hi-Res Audio recorded at 24bit96kHz with dedicated XY microphone setup Listen through a good pair of HeadphonesIEMs for a better free to Laurel DOGVIOLET Life Worth Living, All Star and more. 12 tracks . 1 year ago1 year ago. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 24 August 2018. Life Worth Living. Genre: Indie Pop. Most of the time, when you buy an album, you love love love two, three songs, like 4 more, hate one and the rest kind of grows on you. Know what I mean With this one, I loved 9 songs, liked 2 and one was kinda meh


Laurel - Dogviolet
Performer: Laurel
Genre: Pop
Title: Dogviolet
Country: UK
Released: 24 Aug 2018
MP3 album: 2759 mb
FLAC album: 1417 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 311
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
№ Cat: COUNT116
Label: Counter Records

very much enjoying this album even if I've only spun it a few times. sweet balance of sophistication, laid back swagger and rawness. a rich maturity to her vocals, but although in a similar style to Florence n the machine, London Grammar, The XX, etc. Laurel imparts an effortless emotion with out the need to go next level vocally or over board with production.
Top grade.
The writing/lyrics on this album stand out as a culmination of feelings involved with love and the complexities of relationship that on the surface are ultimately simple, yet so complex in their underlying layers that it is indescribable in words...but the songs of this album do not stop at offering only a simple justice of the atmosphere of love as a casual listener would expect. Dogviolet shines like a naturally beautiful gem, one that would lose its lustrous gravitas if it were to be polished and refined. Laurel is showcasing her writing and producing abilities here, mixing in the beauty of her heart-bearing vocals/raw guitar and going well-beyond the trite implications of a "standard" indie pop/folk album as the result of all her skill at this point supplies an involved feeling of closeness to the artist's experiences she has poured her heart out into creating this music. The songs herein are as infectious and ear-pleasing as ever in her growing catalog, and if this record holds any indication of her future, given the right environment Laurel could be well on her way to the spotlight of mainstream glory in both production and songwriting.

This album feels exactly like the warm embrace from your lover, the days of beating boredom just watching television together, the little arguments and reconciliations, the way you pretend to listen to each other just to make your partner feel better or keep from hurting feelings, it chronicles the neurotics lovers may throw each other, either openly or secretively, there is a touch of the feelings of doubt and giving up on being involved, but overall there is redemption here in the sweet but meaningful little things you reveal to each other from the depths of your heart....all that is waht I can read between the lines when listening to Dogviolet. Laurel has brewed a concoction of the feelings involved with love and the encompassing relationship that is brought after in its's the pages of a young adult journal but without the cliche's and stereotypes you may think of when that comes to mind. It's unique in it's rawness and honesty and everything I want to hear in this kind of music. I must mention as well...the music isn't over the top and can be minimalist at some points, but this shows how Laurel knows just when to ramp up the sound or tone it down to convey the precise emotion she intends to be felt in her music. I must compliment her for the skill she has shown for such a young artist, and may this album bring her the exposure she is over-due.

The only thing I must lament about though, is merely my personal thought that if Laurel Arnell-Cullen were to be projected to fame (as is very deserved with the caliber of talent she possesses), all of us fans couldn't quite feel like she is our amazingly awesome little secret anymore.