£9.9
FREE Shipping

WE GET BY

WE GET BY

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

These days, that’s a hard thing to find, as fooling ourselves has become a national sport, a blight the singer lays out on opener Down The Road, its scuffed-up indie rock immediate proof that this isn’t just another street corner urchin with a grab bag of hope. Opening track ‘Down the Road’ is energetic and distinctive, immediately highlighting Webster’s ability to craft tracks that feel simultaneously classic and modern. Though a small number of songs could slip through the cracks the majority of the album consists of songs that should feature permanently in your playlists. He speaks of the unfairness of life for the working class and the reality of dreams creating a melancholy feel which is also felt in Stop Living Blind and is a needed feature of his album. The Liverpudlian artist perfectly captures his worldview across an album that is anthemic and ambitious.

Continuing the story from the rock-and-roll records that spilled from the docks into the arms of waiting beat groups, the hopeful indie-pop of the 80s that faced-down Thatcher’s cruelty and the Merseypsych boom of the ‘shroomy 2000’s, Webster sings his city to tell a story of our times. Webster describes the city as his heart and it reminds the listener of the impact your home town can have on a person. The Joker’ tells a story of loss, with the lyrical content being placed front-and-centre, and only simple accompanying guitar instrumentation. Better still to square the Liverpudlian and former electrician in the folk tradition, but only because he chooses the least complicated ways to connect with people; a strummed guitar, some welcoming chords and a proudly accented voice, basic tools made good by joy and artistry.Though Liverpool seems to be very aware of the 24-year-olds talent, this album is set to capture the rest of the nation soon enough. Read more about the condition New: An item that is still in its original shrink wrap from the manufacturer and the original manufacturer’s seal (if applicable) has not been removed. Sitting around the middle of the album is Somethings Gotta Give talking about the harsh realities of life.

It has an acoustic start with a slow tempo which takes a complete turn when an unsuspecting tempo change hits the listener taking away a sense of predictability that might be expected from this genre of music. But listeners will struggle to find a more heartfelt tribute to a home than This Place, the reassuring feel everyone gets whenever a front door is opened set to words, little parochialisms and love wrapped into infectious togetherness, optimism and hope. The positioning of the songs in the album compliments his music well as it doesn’t give the listener the feeling that they are listening to the same song on repeat which can be found with a number of artists. The message of hope is an important one that should resonate with everyone who is struggling through these strange times. It has similar origins to Diamonds in the Mud by Gerry Cinnamon but without the specifics towards the certain place.

The messages of his songs are raw and vital, as each track clearly has a purpose and there are no filler moments. Stop Living Blind’ and ‘Somethings Gotta Give’ offer a more mellow and laid back side to Webster, illustrating the range of the project. As he sees it though, the means to combat all of this are rooted in community, in throwing away the meaningless and cutting spite and division out of lives (advice given on the street corner yell of Change) before rescuing those who’ve slipped between the cracks and lifting them up (Out On The Street, its scouse-psych overtones handed down through generations of the city’s best like an heirloom). Restrictions put in place due to coronavirus have caused disruptions to everyone’s lives, but couples are one group of people seemingly left in limbo – so, what do restrictions in Tier 2 and Tier 3 mean for couples?

Webster cuts more to the chase than his forebears though, saying We Get By, ‘documents and asks questions of the struggles, joys and escapes of everyday working-class life.The first song on the album is Down The Road, it gives you a clear impression of the style of music that Webster is going to grace the listener with through this album. Our would-be everyman’s also astute enough to understand that the whole thing is rigged against the common man, beginning a song cycle with the words of Living For Yesterday’s man-trap of avaricious consumerism, before offering the hedonism of Weekend In Paradise as the escape route from downpours, debt and drudgery.

We carry a broad range of CDs and vinyl (7”/12” singles and LPs) and specialise in indie, alternative, rock, punk, metal plus a few other genres.

Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH). Webster originally grew in renown for providing new soundtracks to Liverpool Football Club’s rising fortunes, playing to 60,000 fans attending the 2019 Champions League Final in Madrid and performing around the world, as far afield as Australia and Dubai. The next song and a personal favourite of mine is Living for Yesterday which is already one of Webster’s singles. This amount includes seller specified domestic postage charges as well as applicable international postage, dispatch, and other fees. cyberpunk cycling Cyclist D2D Daddy's home 2 Daft Punk Dahab Daisy Godfrey dakar rally Dakota Johnson dalgona Damien Rice dance Dancing on my Own Dane Paterson danger Daniel Craig danielcraig danny and the champions of the world danny boyle Danny Willett Dark dark knight darthvader darts dating Dave Dave Alnwick david brent David Ross David Silva Davidattenborough davyjones Dawn FM day in the life Day out Days Gone DC DC comics Deaf Havana deafawarenessweek deals Dean Lewis Dear April death Death Angel debate Debbie Harry Debut album defamation deforestation degree del toro deliveroo demi lovato demonstration Denmark deontay wilder department for education depop derby derby county derbyshire Derbyshire Falcons Derek Owusu Dermot Kennedy design designer detonate DevolverDigital DfE DHP dhp family diabetes Diabetes Awareness Month Diana Ross dicaprio Die Hard diehard diet dinner Dior Dipti directions director directors Dirty Computer dirty dancing disability disaster Discloure discount discounts discrimination disney disney + disney plus disneyland disneyplus disneyplusday disposable fashion diversity diy DJ django Djokovic dlc DMA'S Dnb dnd Do Nothing docks Doctor Who Documentaries documentary dodgeball dodie dogs dollyparton don quixote don't worry darling donald trump dose of colors Dot 2 Dot Dot 2 Dot Festival Dot To Dot Dot To Dot 2022 Dot to Dot Festival Dot To Dot Festival 2018 Dot To Dot Festival 2023 dottodot doughnuts doughtnotts download festival DPH drag race dragon Dragon Ball Drake drama dramasociety dream scenario dream team Dream Wife dream-pop Dreamgirls Dreamland DreamWorks Drenge dress up drill Drink drink spiking drinking drinking culture drinkinganddriving drinks driving drops drugs drum and bass dryden centre ds Dua Lipa dublin Dubrovnik Dude duffer brothers Duke of Edinburgh Duke of Sussex dune dungeons and dragons Durham Dylan Fraser Dylan O'Brien e-scooter E.



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop