Buy Tilly and The Wall Posters

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Buy Tilly and The Wall Posters




Tilly and The wall Poster

-Tilly and The wall Poster



Promo Flyer to advertise a Tilly and The Wall Concert in Portland


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



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Tilly and The wall poster

Tilly and the wall poster



Promo Flyer to advertise a Concert by Tilly and The Wall Nov 2012


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



LOW INVENTORY ITEM, (One Left), It may be pulled for auction if it does not sell by midnight >>> 4 hours 21 minutes 51 seconds << Act now to OWN this


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Heavy Mood = Fierce love

Mirroring this change, the ten new songs of Heavy Mood explore new musical palettes without losing the exuberant spirit that launched their acclaimed debut album, Wild Like Children. By blending their signature stomps, taps and hand claps with electronic beats, using electric guitars to build thicker walls of sound, and embracing a fearless approach where love and aggression equally thrive, Tilly & the Wall make Heavy Mood their most eclectic album to date. The in-your-face title-track “Heavy Mood” embodies their playful spitfire, while the reverb-drenched “Baby Guns” attacks with Spector-like production and harmonies. More Here



Are in a Heavy Mood for Tap dancing ? Hmm , me too

tap dancing and rhythm that rocked the placid crowd from the bottom of their feet to the crowns of their heads. At first, I felt full of promise when the band thundered onto the stage with a rousing call and response of “When we say oh, you say fuck,” backed by some Nebraska-style step dancing, but my hopes were quickly dashed when they then tore into their yet-to-be-perfected live rendition of “Love Riot” the first track off of their new album, Heavy Mood. The song is cacophonous and noisy in nature, but what was emitting from the speakers sounded more like misfired strums and hums than artful distortion. More



Manifestos ? Are they like Mentos? The Freshmaker! What ? tell us more

This is an album that, at least at first, feels like a manifesto-led statement of intent. Opener ‘Love Riot’ seems determined to fill the gap recently vacated by LCD Soundsystem- bongos and handclaps lead a percussive storm splintered by bloodthirsty, primitive guitar, with Kianna Alarid and Neely Jenkins yelping “We won’t be quiet!” and how no one is “ever gonna take us down”. It’s a proper punch-in-the-face way to open a record, like Le Tigre beating the shit out of The Rapture and The Gossip in a disco in 2004. It is, to put it mildly, bloody brilliant. Things continue in that vein with ‘Heavy Mood’, which starts off – genuinely – like a funk Prodigy as rising key tones are punctuated by someone shouting “HUH!”. More








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