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Deep Fantasy

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Drown With The Monster
2:04
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Down It Goes
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Snake Jaw
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Face Down
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I Believe You
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Wrong Star
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Just For You
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Sycophant
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Lucky One
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In Your Home
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 22:05

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Beverly Bryan

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06.17.14
White Lung, Deep Fantasy
2014 | Label: Domino Recording Co

On their third album Deep Fantasy, Vancouver punks White Lung hit with elemental force. Combining the punch-through-drywall energy of ’80s hardcore with the looming shadows of death rock, they unlock a new intensity, giving greater heft to frontwoman Mish Way’s down-in-the-abyss lyrics.

Way’s words convey animosity and self-destruction with unusual focus. Opener “Drown with the Monster” looks addiction in the eye, while “Snake Jaw” wrestles with the demon of body-image issues. Her bellowed lines shoot off… read more »

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eMusic Features

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White Lung’s Beautiful, Dark, Twisted ‘Fantasy’

By Kat Bee, Contributor

It's an unusually hot Sunday afternoon in late-April Los Angeles, and I'm huddled at a rickety sidewalk café table with Mish Way, the outspoken frontwoman of the roaring punk outfit White Lung. We're stationed outside El Huarache Azteca, a nondescript Mexican eatery in the rapidly-gentrifying Highland Park neighborhood, and one of Way's favorite local haunts since she moved to the city last December. The bright streets of Southern California are an unlikely place for Way to… more »

1

White Lung’s Beautiful, Dark, Twisted ‘Fantasy’

By Kat Bee, Contributor

It's an unusually hot Sunday afternoon in late-April Los Angeles, and I'm huddled at a rickety sidewalk café table with Mish Way, the outspoken frontwoman of the roaring punk outfit White Lung. We're stationed outside El Huarache Azteca, a nondescript Mexican eatery in the rapidly-gentrifying Highland Park neighborhood, and one of Way's favorite local haunts since she moved to the city last December. The bright streets of Southern California are an unlikely place for Way to… more »