8 thoughts on “ Florida - Film School - Hideout (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hideout on Discogs. Label: Beggars Banquet US - BBQLP ,Beggars Banquet US - BBQ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Vinyl 7 Film School - Hideout (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5.
  2. May 04,  · referencing Hideout, LP, Album + 7", Single, Promo, BBQLP , BBQ I'm curious how the 7" that came with this is different, if at all, from this Film School - Dear Me? Can't the 7" and the other LP be combined to create this release?
  3. Film School re-emerged last year following a long lay-off after their decent debut album (A Brilliant Career) with the sensational self-titled album, which for me was the best album of , bar none. Thankfully not taking another 5 years between albums, now comes the highly anticipated third album/5(11).
  4. Sep 11,  · Film School re-emerged last year following a long lay-off after their decent debut album (A Brilliant Career) with the sensational self-titled album, which for me was the best album of , bar none. Thankfully not taking another 5 years between albums, now comes the highly anticipated third album/5(11).
  5. On its third full-length album, HIDEOUT, the San Francisco-based indie act Film School veers away from more straightforward alternative-rock sound, opting instead to build on the shoegaze tendencies of its self-titled outing.
  6. Sep 11,  · Editors’ Notes The second album for San Francisco’s Film School continues the group’s continental drift towards atmospheric European pop alongside their name-inferring cinematic ambitions. The group previously scored the soundtrack for comedian Demetri Martin’s internet shorts Clearification, but Hideout brings them back to center on the songs of Film School singer Greg Bertens.
  7. Hideout, an Album by Film School. Released 11 September on Beggars Banquet (catalog no. BBQ CD ; CD). Genres: Shoegaze, Noise Pop.
  8. Film School released their third album (second on Beggars Banquet) called Hideout in September after going through some line-up changes and moving to Los Angeles. Lorelei Plotczyk replaced Justin Labo on bass, Dave Dupuis replaced Nyles Lannon on guitar, and James Smith replaced Donny Newenhouse on drums.

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