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Now We Can See
Studio album by The Thermals
Released April 7, 2009 (2009-04-07)
Recorded 2008
Genre Post-power pop, punk rock, indie rock
Length 34:32
Label Kill Rock Stars
Producer John Congleton
Professional reviews
The Thermals chronology
The Body, The Blood, The Machine
(2006)
Now We Can See
(2009)

Now We Can See is the fourth album from the Portland-based indie rock band The Thermals. The album was released on April 7, 2009 on Kill Rock Stars, which is their first album since switching labels from Sub Pop Records. Lead singer Hutch Harris claimed the album hinges on a leitmotif of "songs from when we were alive."[1]

The first song from the album to be released in full is the title track, "Now We Can See." It was premiered at Pitchfork Media on February 10, 2009.[2]

"Now We Can See" was featured in the April 27th second season finale of the NBC dramedy Chuck.

Track listing

The official track-listing was revealed on their label, Kill Rock Stars' website:[3]

All music by Kathy Foster/Hutch Harris

All lyrics by Hutch Harris

  1. "When I Died" – 3:21
  2. "We Were Sick" – 2:44
  3. "I Let It Go" – 3:35
  4. "Now We Can See" – 3:30
  5. "At the Bottom of the Sea" – 5:43
  6. "When We Were Alive" – 1:45
  7. "I Called Out Your Name" – 2:52
  8. "When I Was Afraid" – 3:01
  9. "Liquid In, Liquid Out" – 1:52
  10. "How We Fade" – 3:26
  11. "You Dissolve" – 2:43
  12. "When I Was Afraid" (Demo) - 3:03^
  13. "I Let It Go" (Demo) - 3:37^

^ - ITunes Bonus Tracks

Personnel

  • Kathy Foster - drums, bass, vocals, piano, noise
  • Hutch Harris - guitar, vocals

References

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