Weyes Blood

Titanic Rising


This album was released 65 weeks ago.

84% ±10% 18 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 A Lot's Gonna Change
2 Andromeda
3 Everyday
4 Something to Believe
5 Titanic Rising
6 Movies
7 Mirror Forever
8 Wild Time
9 Picture Me Better
10 Nearer to Thee
Rating Source
84% 4WIM Rating
100% Nöjesguiden Här finns den perfekta kombinationen av klassisk folkrock född i en digital ålder, väl sammanhållen och omsorgsfullt producerad.
100% Record Collector And yet here she is with an album that is way, WAY more out there, and it is, if anything, a strong contender for album of the year.
95% The Line of Best Fit
91% Paste Magazine Natalie Mering’s work under the name Weyes Blood feels less like a catalog of music and more like a journey.
90% Tiny Mixtapes On Titanic Rising , Natalie Mering’s third record as Weyes Blood, she considers the fallout from a world out of sync and commits herself to the future anyway.
90% No Ripcord
85% Under the Radar Magazine A truly great album knows it is a distillation of the past, but pays its tributes and advances the medium a step forward.
85% The 405 Yet, Titanic Rising, the latest effort from Weyes Blood (Natalie Mering), proves that peerless pop music doesn’t have to be entirely original.
83% Gaffa (Sweden) Medan musiken och röstuppträdandet på albumets tredje singel blir alltmer fyllig och sjunker djupare mot tjockare instrumentala vatten börjar orden snarare likna oraffinerade inre monologer.
80% New Musical Express The Summer of Love ended in bloodshed and, on her fourth album, it’s as though Natalie Mering is looking back at the seemingly idyllic era through a smeared prismNatalie Mering’s fantastic fourth album ends where it begins.
80% Exclaim! Music Weyes Blood Titanic Rising By Matthew Blenkarn Published Apr 02, 2019 8 Natalie Mering is no mere throwback artist.
80% The Guardian On a track like Movies – the highlight of Titanic Rising, Mering’s fourth and most assured album – it gradually unfolds, first as an intimate, conversational presence playing off against a looped analogue keyboard run whose roots are in the systems music of the 70s electronic avant garde.
80% God is in the TV It’s a film that inspired Weyes Blood’s new record title Titanic Rising because Natalie Merring is convinced it was catered for little Caucasian girls of that era, containing a passionate affair that she now labels as one of many modern immortal myths.
80% Pop Matters Natalie Mering) conjures up a beautiful, cinematic world through with her insightful songwriting on Titanic Rising.
80% DIY Magazine Laid out by her declaration of love for film in ‘Movies’, the album itself is a product of countless hours watching James Cameron’s 1997 epic Titanic.
80% Soundblab With her fourth album Titanic Rising, the Weyes Blood project goes from being modest to threatening, as Mering’s vast influences come crashing together in her most cohesive work yet.“A Lot’s Gonna Change” feels like a transportation device, sending us back to the Carpenters, or dare I say ABBA in some respects.
67% Svenska Dagbladet
60% Loud & Quiet