When The World Sings
"When the World Sings" is the debut release from new wave 80's rockers, Fine China. Produced by Ronnie Martin of Joy Electric, this charming, hook-filled album leaves no question as to musical inspiration, which the band surely found in the likes of the Smiths, Depeche Mode, and New Order. From start the finish, tracks like "We Rock Harder Than You Ever Knew", entrall the listener with droning bass lines, etheral vocals, catchy melodies, and everything that makes synth-pop so appealing.
Adopting a back-to-basics approach, "You Make Me Hate Music" is a rock album in the vein of the Pretenders, The Smiths, and The Jesus and Mary Chain. Be ready for ten songs packed with shimmering hooks, thoughtful lyrics and smooth west coast jams. Produced and recorded by Jason Martin of Starflyer 59 and Terry Taylor of Lost Dogs and Daniel Amos, fans of artists like The Strokes, The Flaming Lips, Grandaddy, etc. will not be disappointed. This is guitar rock at its finest.
Rob Withem - Guitar, Vocals, Keys
Greg Markov - Electric Bass, Keys
Joshua Block - Keys
Thom Walsh - Drums