True Sadness The Avett Brothers
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- 1Ain't No Man03:32
- 2Mama, I Don't Believe04:16
- 3No Hard Feelings05:15
- 5You Are Mine03:28
- 6Satan Pulls The Strings03:08
- 7True Sadness04:35
- 8I Wish I Was05:16
- 9Fisher Road To Hollywood04:23
- 10Victims Of Life02:59
- 11Divorce Separation Blues04:57
- 12May It Last04:39
Info for True Sadness
In a heartfelt personal letter penned by Seth Avett, Grammy Award®-nominated alternative folk collective THE AVETT BROTHERS revealed today that they will be releasing their new album, True Sadness [American/Republic Records], on Friday June 24, 2016. The first single is titled Ain t No Man. Read the letter here.
The record reflects THE AVETT BROTHERS artistic, musical, and personal evolution over 16 years as a band. Eloquently describing what s to come on the horizon, Seth writes, True Sadness is a patchwork quilt, both thematically and stylistically. Wherein a myriad of contrasting fabrics make perfect sense on the same plane, this album draws upon countless resources from its writers and performers.
He goes on to cite pervasive and cornerstone influences such as, Queen, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Jimmie Rodgers, Tom Petty, Nine Inch Nails, Gillian Welch, Aretha Franklin, Walt Disney, Pink Floyd, Kings of Convenience, calypso of the 1950 s and country of the 1930s.
Most importantly, he assures, Throughout the album, we stitched together the boldest red and the calmest green, polka dots and stripes, the roughest denim and the smoothest velveteen. They came together because they are the best patterns we have and because each of us brought our own fabric to the quilting frame.
Scott Avett, vocals, banjo, kick drum
Seth Avett, vocals, guitar, high-hat
Bob Crawford, vocals, bass
Paul Defiglia, keyboard, organ
Tania Elizabeth, violin
Joe Kwon, cello
Mike Marsh, drums
The Avett Brothers
If you put your ear to the street, you can hear the rumble of the world in motion; people going to and from work, to school, to the grocery store. You may even hear the whisper of their living rooms, their conversation, their complaints, and if you’re lucky, their laughter. If you’re almost anywhere in America , you’ll hear something different, something special, something you recognize but haven’t heard in a long time. It is the sound of a real celebration.
It is not New Year’s, and it is not a political convention. It is neither a prime time game-show, nor a music video countdown, bloated with fame and sponsorship. What you are hearing is the love for a music. It is the unbridled outcry of support for a song that sings to the heart, that dances with the soul. The jubilation is in the theaters, the bars, the music clubs, the festivals. The love is for a band.
The songs are honest: just chords with real voices singing real melodies. But, the heart and the energy with which they are sung, is really why people are talking, and why so many sing along.
They are a reality in a world of entertainment built with smoke and mirrors, and when they play, the common man can break the mirrors and blow the smoke away, so that all that’s left behind is the unwavering beauty of the songs. That’s the commotion, that’s the celebration, and wherever The Avett Brothers are tonight, that’s what you’ll find.
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