After a solid year and 2 months of writing, followed by 5 full months of recording, The Anchorage is prepped and ready to release our new album "Regrow"! We poured our souls into it and utilizing all of our experience and collective abilities we wrote, recorded, and produced this album ourselves! This record is a concept album featuring a lot of new writing techniques and ideas we've had, culminating in what we feel is something truly new to the world of ska as we know it.
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Regrow by The Anchorage, released 07 April 2015 All I was is in the past The life I had cannot come back I must have strayed behind the heart that keeps me. .Full replicated print of the album in a jewel case, with an 8 page booklet! Includes unlimited streaming of Regrow via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Streaming + Download.
Full replicated print of the album in a jewel case, with an 8 page booklet! Includes unlimited streaming of Regrow via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. com/watch?v b9M0H3JVDk4. This album is the product of nearly a year and a half of highly emotional, passionate songwriting. The Anchorage - 0:36.
Style: ska. Album year: 2015. The Anchorage - Who You Are 03:12. The Anchorage - The Darkest Day 02:54. The Anchorage - Growing Apart 03:27. The Anchorage - Regrow 03:01. Bridges - The Anchorage.
Regrow is a fantastic album that is unlike the majority of the stuff that is out right no. Ska-Boom. These guys are always a fun show to watch, kinda like watching The Strike, but more compact and higher in energy. Over the past four years, the band have had a couple full albums and an EP, but this full-length album Regrow is their first release in over three years. The spirit is still there in this album, but you can hear sharper techniques and, in some strange way, a sense of confidence that previous ventures seemed to be lacking. This is a fun/hate romp through two genres, which actually works for locals The Anchorage. Lyrics about pointing fingers at the lazy, the runaways, the suicide-attempters and those who aren’t facing reality in general, meet a wall of happy horns. It sounds very strange, I know, but Derek Harman’s Chris Carrabba-like vocals harmonize with the bouncy quintet.