Good at Falling - The Japanese House

Good at Falling

The Japanese House

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2019-03-01
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2019 Dirty Hit


Title Artist Time
went to meet her (intro) The Japanese House 2:31 GBP 0.99
Maybe You're the Reason The Japanese House 3:38 GBP 0.99
We Talk all the Time The Japanese House 3:15 GBP 0.99
Wild The Japanese House 3:43 GBP 0.99
You Seemed so Happy The Japanese House 2:42 GBP 0.99
Follow My Girl The Japanese House 4:04 GBP 0.99
somethingfartoogoodtofeel The Japanese House 4:25 GBP 0.99
Lilo The Japanese House 4:10 GBP 0.99
Everybody Hates Me The Japanese House 3:09 GBP 0.99
Marika Is Sleeping The Japanese House 3:03 GBP 0.99
Worms The Japanese House 3:18 GBP 0.99
f a r a w a y The Japanese House 2:50 GBP 0.99
i saw you in a dream The Japanese House 3:20 GBP 0.99


  • amber bain🔥

    By Bluebeetroot
    beautiful and raw song writing. wonderful instruments and overall a brilliant album that was well worth the wait. this is definitely going to on of my favourite albums of 2019. amber is an underrated talent 👌🏼
  • Sir

    By Knocker 54

    By Yellow_bello
  • A Raw, Wild And Bold Debut

    By HoppyLiam:)
    I cannot believe that this is Amber’s debut. Already she’s expressed her vulnerability, being brutally open and raw whilst finding her sound, creating a stunning array of music that sounds bold and original. The message and emotion Amber evokes sticks with you for a while after you’ve experienced your first listen with moments such as “want to meet her (intro)” and “f a r a w a y” and many more. Each song feels interlinked and the flow between each of them feels as soft and easy as the influx of waves on the sea shore. There aren’t many debuts that you can’t believe are debuts —this is one of them. At 23, she already has an incredible ground and mind, expressed beautifully through her lyrics and the thought and care behind each song. I cannot wait to see the journey this young artist will go on, but I can for sure say I’ll be there watching her every step of the way. Magic.
  • JGJGJGjg

    By jayLOHAIZE
  • Album of the year!!!

    By mmaa10
    The wait was looooong, but so worth it... I love every single song!! 💙🌊
  • Amazing!!

    By Onethsr
    Love it!!
  • Legion.

    By whereisindy
    Amber Bain’ debut launches into her most personal collection of work ever. Starting as a support to The 1975 and now a fully fledged artist in her own right she commands a 13-track emotional endeavour of personal, bleak, dark and vulnerable into almost a serial of volumes the feature caressing pop and electronic heaviness acting as the foundation for those subtle blips of emotional sparks in lyrical form. Amber doesn’t fray too much from her unique signature sound and attempting to sound like her contemporaries, her sampling method seems to have been coached from George Daniel of The 1975, while maintaining that distinct arrangement The Japanese House has always fortified. She has always retained her narrative confidence even when some of her earlier work didn’t always match the crescendo effect of say ‘Face Like Thunder.’ However, the time away has garnished her art; it’s pulsating, transitional, bursting and introverted in so many ways. The hooks and emotional anchors are all there, you just need to begin the search and you shall be rewarded. Of course Bain isn’t without seriousness and social commentary - carefully woven into tracks like ‘Maybe You’re The Reason’ and ‘We Talk All The Time’. Bain is also demonstrating what she will do in the future to her sound. The album is almost a love letter to the past, but with almost a Risk/Opportunity analysis; these are the lessons learnt and here is what I need to do to more forward - and she does all this with a confidence unheard from her earlier work. The Japanese House are present, profound, and preparing for the long ride.
  • its amazing

    By immatt-
    not even heard the album but the songs she's released so far its gonna be amazing we stan Amber

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