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🎼 Radical Face - The Family Tree: The Bastards Album
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    Radical Face
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    The Family Tree: The Bastards
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2Second Family Portrait4:55
4All Is Well (Goodbye, Goodbye)4:05
5All Is Well (It's Only Blood)2:44
7Letters Home (Aftermath)1:17
8Small Hands3:08
9We're on Our Way4:07
11Servants And Kings4:29


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0 6700 31098 2 6Radical Face The Family Tree: The Bastards ‎(CD, Album)Nettwerk0 6700 31098 2 6Europe2015


  • Written By, Performer, Engineer, Mixed ByBen Cooper


  • Barcode: 0 6700 31103 2 7
  • Label Code: LC 11269
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC [Fourmanufacturing.com Logo] FOURMANUFACTURING.COM A0102587119-0101 13 A00
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94V3


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Radical Face
  • Copyright (c) – Radical Face
  • Licensed To – Nettwerk Productions Ltd.


Songs in album Radical Face - The Family Tree: The Bastards 2015. Radical Face - Sisters. Radical Face - Baptisms. Radical Face - Servants And Kings. Radical Face - All Is Well It's Only Blood. Radical Face. The Family Tree: The Bastards. This playlist has no tracks yet. Follow Radical Face and others on SoundCloud. Singer-Songwriter pop rock radical face. Radical Faces The Family Tree albums are about a fictional family with unusual abilities such as bringing the dead to life, seeing the future in your sleep, and being unable to speak. the series is both tragic and cheerful as well as an intricate tale of many strange people. The Family Tree: The Bastards Q&A. Writers Ben Cooper. More Radical Face albums. The Family Tree: The Leaves. Show all albums by Radical Face. by Radical Face. Released in 2015 via Nettwerk 's first album to be recorded under the Radical Face pseudonym was The Junkyard Chandelier 2003. The album was never formally released but has since been available as a free download online. The Family Tree: The Branches was released on October 22, 2013 in America and on November 1st in Europe. The Bastards: Volume Two was also released that year. The Bastards: Volume Three and The Bastards: Volume Four were both released in 2015, leading up to the release of The Family Tree: The Leaves in March song Nightclothes is dedicated to Cooper's late sister, Hannah Cooper. Listen free to Radical Face The Family Tree: The Bastards Sisters, Baptisms and more. 11 tracks 43:15. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2016 11 Songs. The Bastards Radical Face. 2016 Radical Face under exclusive license to Nettwerk Productions Ltd. More By Radical Face. The Bastards by Radical Face, released 15 July 2016 1. Sisters 2. Baptisms 3. Servants and Kings 4. All is Well It's Only Blood 5. All is Well Goodbye, Goodbye 6. Second Family Portrait 7. Letters Home Aftermath 8. We're On Our Way 9. West 10. Small Hands 11. mattaustin95 Any fan of radical face needs this compilation in their collection, nightclothes is one of the few songs I've listened to that has genuinely made me weep. Favorite track: Nightclothes. Completa la tua Collezione su Radical Face. Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Altre immagini. Modifica edizione principale. Radical Face The Family Tree: The Bastards. Genere: Folk, World, & Country

Benjamin Cooper describes this release as ”A Frankenstein of random genealogy charts, my own family history, some of my personal experiences and plain old fiction,” all revolving around the Northcote family.

It’s hard to know whether the man is putting us on or not, as his entire Family Tree catalog is based around the assumption that these songs are based on himself and his relationship with his family, both real and unrealized. It’s also evident that the songs themselves are perhaps the family he's talking about where strikingly sparse, yet gently layered songs nearly rise from the moss laden earth, or drift down from ancient trees, in a place that’s off the map, that’s been forgotten by time, where the intermingling of familiar relationships has become so intertwined, that perhaps this spot on no one’s map should remain out of step, out of time, and shielded from the eyes of the outside world.

Yet Cooper himself has been spiriting out these musical postcards of sorts laced with snips of information, faded photographs, and dauntingly smooth expectations of atmospheric intensity. There is nothing hurried on this release, one laid out with the simplicity of a steady hand, though perhaps unsure or incomplete conceptual thoughts, played out with only an acoustic guitar, limited percussions and a piano.

The term ‘bastards’, and this is why I believe the songs are his family, is that Benjamin Cooper claims that these numbers didn’t contribute to the rest of the family tree [or albums], that they didn’t manifest themselves in a manner that allowed them to thematically unfold in the way he had intended … in short, making them outcasts. Yet even these outcasts [songs] have lives of their own, are beautiful in their own right, bigger than life, standing with pride and purpose, even if alone. For the first time he’s gathered these misfits together in one place, his B Sides and superlative singles, creating a separate branch on this family tree that will grow and morph into a wholly realized grouping that needs to be recognized and given sanctuary, no longer held at arm’s length, but embraced for all the beauty and wisdom they embody.

There’s a cinematic presence to this album, presented with ambitious indie folk story telling, revealing not so much supernatural secrets, but secrets of the heart that too many of us keep hidden, compartmentalized, yet sustained in the dark with nurturing breath.

The Fun Facts: Cooper chose the name Radical Face upon seeing it on a flyer. He later found out it was a plastic surgery flyer saying 'Radical Face-Lift' with the word 'lift' ripped off.

Ben Cooper claims that his bodies of work are all about the ability or not, to trust.

Review by Jenell Kesler
Also appeared on vinyl in the limited edition box set of only 300 copies.