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Replacement Things

by David Newberry

David Newberry is a critically acclaimed indie-rock songwriter and performer known for his haunting original lyrics and compelling vocal presence.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. We Were Honest Once
3:46 $1.29
2. Coyote
4:51 $1.29
3. Replacement Things
3:46 $1.29
4. Shiny Pretty Things
3:43 $1.29
5. The Edge Where the Flawless Becomes the Obscene
5:03 $1.29
6. Lost in the Content
4:36 $1.29
7. Aftermath
4:38 $1.29
8. Observer
5:19 $1.29
9. Freddy Mercury
4:17 $1.29
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Album Notes
David Newberry is a critically acclaimed literate indie-rock songwriter and performer known for his haunting original lyrics and compelling stage presence.

Equally at home performing as a solo artist or as the charismatic front man to his powerful band, Newberry gives his audiences a unique insight into a narrative that is at once deep, dark and fundamentally uplifting.

The music he offers is simultaneously accessible and elevated. It is rife with intelligence, holding the audience to a higher intellectual, emotional, and poetic standard than has become the norm for popular music today. In doing so, Newberry challenges our notion of what contemporary music feels like.

Always a poet, David became a musician through pain, and through that pain, found music and a lifelong passion for performing: While working as a carpenter’s assistant in 2001, an altercation with a table-saw left him without the use of his left hand. When his physiotherapist suggested he learn an instrument as a means to strengthen his injured appendage, David began playing the guitar and emerged quickly as a poet with a hankering for noise.

In 2013/2014, David was one of the 12 top artists in British Columbia’s prestigious Peak Performance Project, and shared stages with The Milk Carton Kids, The Strumbellas, The Bros. Landreth, Bidiniband, Julie Doiron, and Veda Hille, while putting a number of prominent BC and Alberta festival appearances under his belt, including Rifflandia and South Country Fair. All the while, the press has offered a consensus of accolades, with glowing reviews coming from Exclaim!, NoDepression, AmericanaUK, Alan Cross’ A Journal of Musical Things, and others.

David’s new record, produced by Jesse Gander (Japandroids, Pack AD, White Lung) was released Sept 11, 2015.



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