Headswim were an English alternative rock band active during the 1990s, best known for their 1997 single "Tourniquet". Band members would subsequently go on to projects including BlackCar, Tenebrous Liar and Mew. Contents. Headswim re-emerged in 1997 with their second album Despite Yourself which contained many cathartic songs about death and spirituality. The group's music had also shifted from their earlier grunge influences to a more reflective alternative rock sound more akin to artists such as Radiohead and Jeff Buckley. Subsequently the band released only one further single, "Dusty Road", in 2000 on the independent record label Pet Sounds in the UK, before splitting up in early 2001. Following the group's split, Daniel Glendining formed a new band, BlackCar, essentially a solo project with occasional contributions from other musicians.
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This Headswim song is taken from the Dusty Road Single released in 2000 under the Pet sounds Label, Also contained the B-Sides Troubled Mind & Music for a film. 7 years ago. shezzatovey2003. awesome! love headswim since i saw their acoustic set at demontfort uni in 94. brutalfrankieb. When you can produce quality like this, you'll never be considered to have 'failed'. buckleyboyben. never heard this track by them before - its great.
Dusty Road Album Cover Art. Headswim. 3. Music From a Film.
highest UK chart positions taken from "British Hit Singles & Albums"). Despite Yourself is the second and final studio album by the English rock band Headswim. The album was released by Epic Records on 2 September 1997 in the US, and on 18 May 1998 in the UK and the rest of Europe, and spawned two singles for the band, "Tourniquet" and "Better Made". The album's musical style showed a marked change from the hard rock/grunge of the band's earlier work towards a more personal, alternative rock sound (partly influenced by the death of the Glendinings' brother Matthew from leukaemia in 1994), which drew comparisons to Radiohead.
Headswim’s first releases were two four-track EPs, Tense Nervous Head and Moment of Union on their own Crush Records label (the eight songs from the two EPs would later be compiled and released as the mini-album Tense Moments). The EPs made enough of an impression for them to be signed by the Sony Music subsidiary Epic Records in an eight-album deal and they released their full-length debut album Flood in 1994. Following the group’s split, Daniel Glendining formed a new band, BlackCar, essentially a solo project with occasional contributions from other musicians.
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