Trouble Will Find Me is the sixth studio album by American indie rock band The National, released on May 17, 2013 on 4AD. Produced by love Trouble Darkness 12 PDF members Aaron and Bryce Dessner, the album features appearances from St. The album received widespread critical acclaim upon its release. Trouble Will Find Me reached number three on both the Billboard 200 and the UK Albums Chart.
Författare: Kentaro Yabuki.
Nachdem sich herausstellt, dass Mea allein die harmlose Golden Darkness nicht zurückholen kann, schmiedet sie mit Momo, Lala und Rito einen gefährlichen Plan. Doch um ihn durchzuführen, muss Rito nicht nur nah genug an die entfesselte Waffe herankommen, ohne getötet zu werden, sondern auch seine Prüderie ablegen, die ihn von offensiven Perversionen abhält. Kann der anständige Tollpatsch sein wahres Wesen verleugnen oder wird er vorher von Golden Darkness zur Strecke gebracht?
Regarding the tour’s completion, and the collective mental state of the band at this time, lead vocalist Matt Berninger noted, “ felt satisfied at the end of touring High Violet. Berninger, however, became inspired by guitarists Aaron and Bryce Dessner’s recent demo recordings, and subsequently completed his writing contributions to the album’s opening track, „I Should Live in Salt“, a day after initially hearing it. Bass guitarist Scott Devendorf noted, „Our typical way of working was to send stuff to Matt, then wait a while to get some mumbles back. The band began recording Trouble Will Find Me in late September 2012 at Clubhouse Recording Studios, which was modeled after the late 19th century barn-turned-INN that the band stayed in. Bass guitarist Scott Devendorf stated that Clubhouse was chosen primarily to establish camaraderie amongst the band, noting: „The impetus to record upstate– cooking, eating, working, hanging out together – was to achieve this music-camp feel.
The band subsequently relocated to Dreamland Recording Studios – located within a converted 19th century church, in West Hurley, New York – to record the track, „Fireproof“, entirely live. Inspired by the recent birth of his daughter, Ingrid Stella Dessner, guitarist, keyboardist and co-producer Aaron Dessner began writing music with his child in mind. Vocalist Matt Berninger noted that he „react to it in a very visceral, immediate, infantile way. On December 8, 2011 the band performed on CBC Radio show Q in front of a live audience. Two new songs were performed for the first time: „Rylan“ and „I Need My Girl. I Need My Girl“ is featured on the album.
On April 25, 2013 the band performed album track „Sea of Love“ on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Demons“ was released as the first single from Trouble Will Find Me. Don’t Swallow the Cap“ was released to American modern rock radio on April 22 as the album’s second single. The single peaked at number seven on the Flanders Ultratip chart. Trouble Will Find Me received highly positive reviews from music critics. On Metacritic, which assigns an average score out of 100 to reviews and ratings from mainstream music critics, the album received an average score of 84 based on 44 reviews, indicating „universal acclaim“. Ian Cohen of Pitchfork called Trouble Will Find Me „both relatable and fantastical“ and found it to be „their most self-referential album.
In American Songwriter, Jim Beviglia wrote that „progress may not be the right word“, but „sustained brilliance is a pretty good alternative. Trouble Will Find Me made numerous „albums of the year“ lists including Pitchfork, Rolling Stone and Paste. 3 on the US Billboard 200 with 74,722 copies sold in its first week. It has sold 400,000 copies in the US alone. The album made top-ten debuts in fourteen countries other than the US. All tracks written by Matt Berninger and Aaron Dessner, except where noted.