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Retrieved March 7, March 16, Retrieved October 27, — via YouTube. January 11, May 11, DIY Magazine. It's difficult to know at this stage what it will turn out like, but so far its slightly more mature sounding". Grant later added "Each album is a journey and a reflection of the past, there is some stuff that touches on what has happened, but there are songs about love, songs of loss and songs about the future.
I don't want to give too much away but there's one track called "Bitter Glass". Its quite dark but uplifting too. It's about pulling yourself out of a big hole". The song was recorded with the vocal and an acoustic guitar at first, and then the other parts of the music built around it. In an interview with the band's official website Feederweb, Grant explained that " Feeling a Moment ", was played back with the intro playing backwards, in which he explained: "This was one of the first songs written for the album.
I actually started recording that song in the studio on my own at the Crypt. Its about life in general and how you deal with it. It covers the journey of life and how you have to take the ups with the downs. It took me a long time to finish it, to be happy with it, because the song went through various stages.
It was a completely one take vocal, live with the acoustic guitar and we built everything else around it. It is an acoustic track that grew into what it is now. So that was the only song that we recorded like that on the album, so it is a bit different for that reason and is probably why it has an organic feel to it".
The second single, "Feeling a Moment", received a positive review from Q magazine, in which the song was compared to " Beautiful Day " by U2 , in which Paul Brannigan stated that the song "Has the optimistic soaring feel of U2's Beautiful Day Grant stated he wanted the album to end so the listener wanted the album to last longer,  but also leave the listener with the feeling that "you have been on a really nice journey" and that it "felt like the perfect outro".
The song "Morning Life" is featured at the ending of the film Remember the Daze. Pushing the Senses received mixed reviews from music critics. In a review for Dotmusic , Chris Heath said that "Feeder are in danger of being a schizophrenic band, unrecognisable from their once 'trademark' sound and prone to style swings on a whim. In a review for BBC. Michael Smith. Anthony Lorenz.
Stone Cold Country. Sean Yannell. Nicholas Osika. Blake Ferguson. Jan Molendijk. Charlie Stout. Erez Schatz. Drew Johnson. Corey Bonnette. David Goldstein. Debra Marine. Glenn Dolan. Mark Ireland. Joshua Korman. Matthew Moon. Luca Benedetti. Bryant Ross. Describing Heads Up just prior to the album's recording sessions, Mozgawa said her rhythms were "a little more dancey" and "a little higher on the BPM scale" in comparison to Warpaint's earlier material.
It was released on CD , standard and deluxe-edition LP and as a digital download. The album was announced in an official press release on August 1, ,  however, several Japanese online retailers—including Amazon Japan and Tower Records Japan —listed it for pre-order three weeks prior.
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