David Le'Aupepe - Positions download album
- Performer: David Le'Aupepe
- Title: Positions
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: DMF AHX MIDI ADX AAC VQF AUD
- MP3 album: 1577 mb
- FLAC album: 1708 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 313
Gang of Youths are an Australian indie rock group from Sydney. The band consists of principal songwriter David Le'aupepe (lead vocals, guitar), Max Dunn (bass guitar), Jung Kim (keyboards, guitar), Joji Malani (lead guitar) and Donnie Borzestowski (drums).
Gang of Youths's David Le'aupepe (third from left) is "still hunting for a great tragedy". An intensely personal album, it received universal praise when it was released in April and Le'aupepe is now asking for more calamities before putting pen to paper again. I'm still hunting for some great tragedy to befall me. How do you go from the most original album concept ever? I still crave the drama in many ways," Le'aupepe says.
After releasing their huge debut album ‘The Positions’, coming in at an incredible in the 2015 Hottest 100 with Magnolia, and performing to a string of sold-out shows earlier this year, the band then played to a packed Amphitheatre crowd at Splendour In The Grass.
Profile: Lead singer of Gang Of Youths.
Le’aupepe refers again and again to U2’s The Joshua Tree as his beacon light for The Positions.
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And Le’aupepe delivered his magnetism even in the most incongruous settings. The singer wrote Vital Signs on The Positions about his attempted suicide during a bleak period of alcoholism and the breakdown of an early marriage. And Le’aupepe is thinking about the next album – how to go beyond the double-LP-length dynamite of Go Farther in Lightness. We have to make things that satisfy us, the singer says.
Lyrics - 10 David Le'aupepe is a brilliant vocalist. His husky tones and commanding voice leads the whole album. At his lowest, he sounds a lot like Matt Berninger ( The National ) (see " Knuckles White Dry "), but at his biggest he sounds like a young Bono (see the ending of " Radioface "). His falsetto/head voice is also very good, coming to a forefront in songs like " Magnolia " and " Kansas.