10 thoughts on “ When Are We Waking Up - Mallory Knox - Asymmetry ”

  1. Awesome Album by Mallory Knox. I got the album before it even came out in the US, so that's pretty cool. I was pleasantly surprised that the CD album is the deluxe version, (at least from the store I bought it from), which includes some music videos and a documentary on a DVD.5/5(3).
  2. Oct 24,  · When Are We Waking Up? Lyrics: Tainted memories are all I have to live with now you’re gone / And I won’t sleep tonight / No I won’t dream at all about days I’ve spent alone / And the.
  3. Lyrics to 'When Are We Waking Up?' by Mallory Knox. Tainted memories are all I have to live with now you're gone And I won't sleep tonight No I won't dream at all about days I've spent alone And the words cut like a knife back when you said those words to me.
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  5. Fire lyrics - Mallory Knox. See the full Fire lyrics from Mallory Knox. Fire lyrics belongs on the album Asymmetry. Learn every word of your favourite song and get the meaning or start your own concert tonight:). Rate this song's lyrics. Uploaded by Agueda Horsley. Use .
  6. Garnering rave reviews, the success the EP brought saw them playing prestigious slots at some of the U.K.'s biggest festivals, including 's Download. At the beginning of , Mallory Knox released their debut album. Signals peaked at 33 on the Official U.K. Album Chart and reached the number one spot on the Official U.K. Rock Album chart.
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  8. Asymmetry then ends on “Dare You,” which starts relatively soft and subdued, like just another one of Mallory Knox’s slower songs, before exploding into a fitting finale, with a chorus that sounds like it could fill a stadium, ending with an uplifting tone/5.
  9. Oct 27,  · Asymmetry seems to push boundaries they'd not even considered before; an aural explosion, if you will. From the backbone of Dave's rhythmical talents, grows the warm and bright bodied guitar tones from the superbly talented Sam (who's vocals have jumped up a notch!) and James, all this complimented by Joe's solid bass lines.5/5.

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