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David Andrew Wiebe | No Escape

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No Escape

by David Andrew Wiebe

Funk rock, acoustic blues, progressive pop-rock, pop and singer-songwriter all in a blender.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. No Escape
3:10 $0.99
2. Sleepless Blues
1:33 $0.99
3. Don't Wait Too Long
3:54 $0.99
4. Hope
3:37 $0.99
5. Grace Is Bittersweet
3:57 $0.99
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Album Notes
Emerging again from a long period of silence, solo artist, singer-songwriter and guitarist David Andrew Wiebe unleashes his latest multi-faceted five-track EP, No Escape.

The lead off title track “No Escape” is an aggressive and funky tune exploring themes of escapism and identify crisis. “We’re just running from ourselves in the end” proclaims Wiebe. Escape from restlessness is momentary at best.

“Sleepless Blues” serves as a laid-back acoustic instrumental blues interlude, and somehow leads nicely into the progressive pop-rock “Don’t Wait Too Long”, a song about the vacuum of depression and the resulting downward spiral. If you believe nothing, you’ll fall for anything.

The cheery “Hope” is a pop rock anthem that finds the writer disillusioned with superficial and unverified faith in a force outside of himself. If hope is all there is, then life is unchanging. There is nothing to look forward to but more of the same.

Finally, “Grace is Bittersweet” finds the writer grappling with his humanity, in the end bowing at the feet of the divine.

This musically diverse but cohesive offering shows Wiebe and his collaborators at their best, taking the listener on an all-too-brief but unforgettable auditory journey.



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