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With the Trees

by Cavepainters

Three- and four-part harmonies, traditional and experimental arrangements, political and personal lyrics, all rolled into the second full-length album from Cavepainters.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Heart Full of Smoke
3:03 album only
2. Lonely Love
3:29 album only
3. Little Brooklyn
3:26 album only
4. Dogwood Winter
4:34 album only
5. All Gone
2:42 album only
6. Bedtime
3:27 album only
7. Sweet Relief
4:37 album only
8. Far Enough Away
2:41 album only
9. Raise Your Hand
2:40 album only
10. Mother Eve
2:35 album only
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Album Notes
The music of the Cavepainters digs deep, tapping into the sounds of old, wired America. Their songs are anchored by rich angelic harmonies and ethereal lyricism. 2013 saw the release of their first album, "For The Sea," made up of country blues & ghostly ballads. Staying true to themselves and their sound, the band recorded and released the album on their own.

Their 2015 follow-up, "With the Trees," is no less ambitious than their debut. Featuring five different primary songwriters, it is their most collaborative effort to date. And, like its predecessor, it was recorded entirely at home, with the band painstakingly crafting their performances and arrangements over a week-long period of August 2014. "With the Trees" speaks eloquently to themes such as political upheaval, grief and mourning, police brutality and state surveillance, and jubilant self-discovery.

"Cavepainters brand of folk-rock feels refreshingly genuine at a time when it seems like more indie-rock bands have tacked “folk” onto their genre tags then those who haven’t." - Eric Slager, Midwest Action

"Cavepainters subscribe to the vision of Americana that sees rock’n’roll and singer/songwriter on one long spectrum" - Stephen Carradini, Independent Clauses



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