In April 2011, Vivian Girls will release their third full-length (and Polyvinyl debut) Share the Joy. Recorded at Rear House, the home studio run by Jarvis Taveniere (of the Brooklyn combo Woods), who engineered the album.
The ten-song Share the Joy finds the threesome — guitarist/vocalist Cassie Ramone, bassist/vocalist Kickball Katy and new drummer Fiona Campbell — continuing to evolve and expand — sharpening and refining their transcendent mix of garage thrash, girl-group warmth and infectious pop hooksmanship.
“It’s cleaner and more hi-fi than the previous records,” Cassie says of Share the Joy. “The sound is more open, more free.
“Share the Joy has the most diverse batch of songs of any of our albums,” Cassie observes. “I feel like these songs are more expansive; a lot of the themes and lyrics are less direct than other albums. These songs focus a lot on the themes of alienation, reconciliation, identity, and trying to figure out what really matters in life. It’s a dark album, but unlike our first two albums, it has a happy ending.
“Our music continues to get more and more defined and developed, but it’s never going to be completely polished,” Cassie asserts, adding, “A thing I like about our band is that we seem to mean different things to different people.”
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