Category: Rock

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    1. Mezibar

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      Listen to your favorite songs from Rapture by Tropics Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
    2. Vudojind

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      And due to his thoughtful electronica and meaning-loaded lyrics, some have tried to place Londoner TROPICS (real name Chris Ward), returning with his second album Rapture, into this genre. But it does Rapture a disservice to pinhole it as bleak house, because there’s so much more to this record.
    3. Vijin

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      Tropics Rapture lyrics & video: Can we make this feel right Could it all end up alright You know it just takes some time I'm trying to find the time Is it worth all the fights.
    4. Masida

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      Watch the video for Gloria from Tropics's Rapture for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
    5. Tygogul

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    6. Kerr

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      After a string of strong releases on Planet Mu, multi-instrumentalist Chris Ward AKA Tropics teams up with the LA-based Innovative Leisure for third LP entitled Rapture. It’s an album that's entwined with a sense of soft sentiment, supported by a suite of avant-garde percussion and rich melody.
    7. Tojajar

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      Tropics’ new full-length Rapture, set for release on the 16th of February, is the culmination of this journey. Taking influence from Beach Boys, Max Roach and Arthur Russell, Ward has crafted an album that fuses his love of avant-garde percussion, 70s and 80s singer-songwriters such as Peter Gabriel known for pop-leaning hooks, and deep.
    8. Mitilar

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      Rapture is a mesh of gossamer textures, hushed vocals and gently swelling synths. If nothing else, this change of tack is testament to Ward's ability to always be impeccably on-trend; his latest LP could easily be filed next to the likes of James Blake, but tracks like “Indigo” also mine the same vein of reflective, R&B influenced pop as Billie Black and Jessie Ware.

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