Inanimate Objects

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Inanimate Objects
Inanimate Objects.jpg
Studio album by
Released28 August 2015
Recorded Adelaide, South Australia and Studio City, California, 2014-2015
Genre Alternative rock, indietronica, synth-pop
Length41:56
Label Warner Bros. Records
Producer Atlas Genius, Frederik Thaae
Atlas Genius chronology
So Electric: When It Was Now (The Remixes)
(2013)
Inanimate Objects
(2015)
Molecules Remix EP
(2015)
Singles from Inanimate Object
  1. "Molecules"
    Released: 23 June 2015
  2. "Stockholm"
    Released: 17 July 2015
  3. "Friends with Enemies"
    Released: 31 July 2015
  4. "A Perfect End"
    Released: 14 August 2015

Inanimate Objects is the second studio album by Australian alternative rock band, Atlas Genius, released through Warner Bros. Records on 28 August 2015. [1] It peaked at No. 150 on the Billboard 200, and dropped off the chart in the following week.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks are written by Keith Jeffery, Michael Jeffery and Frederik Thaae.

No.TitleLength
1."The Stone Mill"3:39
2."Molecules"4:32
3."Stockholm"3:11
4."Refugees"4:15
5."A Perfect End"3:08
6."Friendly Apes"4:10
7."Friends with Enemies"3:47
8."Where I Belong"3:59
9."Balladino"4:00
10."The City We Grow"3:51
11."Levitate"3:24
iTunes edition bonus track [2]
No.TitleLength
12."Molecules" (Single Version)4:09

Personnel

Atlas Genius
Other musicians
Production

Charts

Chart (2015)Peak
position
US Billboard 200 [3] 150
US Top Alternative Albums (Billboard) [4] 20
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) [5] 28

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