Sunday Chill-Out Tracks: Soundgarden, Patrick Kelleher and Liam Finn
Ah it’s another lazy Sunday, so kick back and relax with JOE’S Sunday Chill Out Tracks.
By Peter Cooney
Soundgarden – ‘Fell on Black Days’
Kicking off this lazy Sunday morning is Soundgarden’s ‘Fell on Black Days’. The fifth single from 1994’s ‘Superunknown’ album, ‘Fell on Black Days’ charted at number 14 in the Irish Charts, building on the success of earlier single ‘Black Hole Sun’.
Thankfully, the Soundgarden lads are back after a 13 year gap, currently touring and awaiting the release of new album ‘King Animal’ next month.
Patrick Kelleher – ‘Wintertimes Doll’
‘Wintertimes Doll’ is taken from the debut album ‘You Look Cold’, released in 2009. Patrick Kelleher’s debut was massively well-received and the follow up with the Cold Dead Hands, ‘Golden Syrup’ was nominated for a Choice Award.
‘Wintertimes Doll’ is a beautifully dreamy track and a great way to unwind on a Sunday morning.
Liam Finn – ‘Gather to the Chapel’
The son of Crowded House legend Neil Finn, Liam Finn began his solo career after Bethcadupa, his previous band, went on a hiatus. His fantastic solo work has led him to working with acts such as Wilco and Eddie Vedder as well as receiving endless critical acclaim.
‘Gather to the Chapel’ is from Liam Finn’s excellent debut album ‘I’ll be Lightning’, and is only a snippet of what you can expect from the record. And if you like that, he released his follow up ‘Fomo’ last year, so get on it.