Artist: 
Noah And The Whale

Four Album Bundle & Exclusive Signed Print [300 Available Only]

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Release date: 1 March, 2024

This bundle contains:

  • Heart Of Nowhere: Reissue Vinyl LP
  • Last Night On Earth: Reissue Vinyl LP
  • Peaceful, The World Lays Me Down: Reissue Vinyl LP
  • The First Days Of Spring: Vinyl LP

Four Album Bundle & Exclusive Signed Print [300 Available Only]

Includes the albums:

The First Days Of Spring
Supported by a full-length film, The First Days Of Spring, which appeared a year after the group's debut, is frequently cited as their crowning achievement. Exploring the break-up between Fink and Marling, the album has none of the first album's female voices, and is presented as a narrative of a split. NME said, "They have done a hell of a lot of growing up. An immense album."

Last Night On Earth
Containing the Top 10 single L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N., Last Night On Earth was partially recorded in LA with producer Jason Lader. On its release in 2011, Fink spoke of capturing "that excitement of being young and being in the night," and being influenced by Bruce Springsteen. That can be heard on Wild Thing, which blends Springsteen and Lou Reed into something that is unmistakeably the group's own. The Telegraph called it "Heartfelt, spirited, lyrical, moody and mostly magnificent pop rock."

Peaceful, The World Lays Me Down
Released in August 2008, Peaceful, The World Lays Me Down was like a breath of fresh air with its optimistic-yet-realistic worldview and, as The Guardia was to note, its "twinkling acoustic songs, bursting with brass, keyboards and fiddle" were "economic and brimming with sure-footed confidence."

Heart Of Nowhere
Inspired by sojourns at islands off the Essex coastline and in the South Of France, Heart Of Nowhere was the group's final album, released in May 2013. The Observer stated it was \"a satisfying blend of youth and experience, at its best when raw feelings and twenty20-something anxieties chafe against its smooth, midtempo rock.\" Its ruminations of the passage of time suggested that the giddy optimism of Peaceful,The World Lays Me Down was long in the past.