Recorded in Los Angeles, the twelve-track ‘All Or Nothing’ marks a tremendous progression for the band since the ‘Young For Eternity’ debut. Freshly inspired by bands including Death Cab For Cutie and Refused, the result is an album that recalls the exuberance of ‘Young For Eternity’ while embarking upon an adventurous sonic progression. The vehement opening riff of single ‘Girls And Boys’ is a bold reintroduction to the band and is followed by the dynamic ‘Kalifornia’ that contrasts the band’s most vitriolic moment to date with an infectious, summery hook.
‘Young For Eternity’ was released in 2005 and soon established The Subways in the live arena, proving to be enduring festival favourites at Reading, Leeds and Glastonbury and selling out almost every headline show that they played. Dave Grohl, Liam Gallagher and Paul Weller soon became prominent fans – Grohl and Gallagher personally asked The Subways to support the Foo Fighters and Oasis respectively.
And it wasn’t just here that The Subways were making waves. They became a regular fixture on American TV with performances on David Letterman and Conan O’Brien. An arena tour as guests to Taking Back Sunday also proved to be a particular highlight for the band. Dates in Australia and Japan also offered evidence of their growing international reputation.
- Girls & Boys
- Shake! Shake!
- Move To Newlyn
- All or Nothing
- I Won't Let You Down
- Strawberry Blonde
- Always Tomorrow
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