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Download links and information about Heaven by The Walkmen. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 46:59 minutes.

Artist: The Walkmen
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 46:59
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No. Title Length
1. We Can't Be Beat 4:42
2. Love Is Luck 3:26
3. Heartbreaker 3:15
4. The Witch 3:31
5. Southern Heart 3:00
6. Line By Line 5:05
7. Song for Leigh 3:38
8. Nightingales 4:03
9. Jerry Jr.'s Tune 1:33
10. The Love You Love 3:07
11. Heaven 4:22
12. No One Ever Sleeps 2:42
13. Dreamboat 4:35



For their seventh album in 10 years, The Walkmen keep refining their strangely catchy brand of moody indie rock. Heaven is a bit slower than its predecessors, but Hamilton Leithauser’s wonderfully drawn-out and affected voice is there at the forefront, floating atop a choppy sea of strummed guitars and thick bass lines. Thanks to the renowned Seattle-based producer Phil Ek (his generation’s answer to Joe Boyd), the electric sparks of a great live show combine with the layered intricacies of a labored-over studio album. “Heaven” is a detuned jangle-romp that flirts briefly with being an anthem before going home and crawling into bed. “Line by Line” is an unabashed lullaby. “No One Ever Sleeps” is the soundtrack to a waking dream. And “Heartbreaker” is a suave little foray into the post-Velvets night. When Leithauser intones “We’ll never leave/The world is ours” on “We Can’t Be Beat,” you pray he’s even a little bit right.