Maccabeats | One Day More

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One Day More

by Maccabeats

The Maccabeats' third offering, One Day More, titled after a climactic lyric from the musical Les Misérables, is about being powerfully aware that though we've achieved our chazakah, the journey goes on.
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1. Acheinu
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2. Malchei Hamelachim
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3. Yesh Tikvah / Ki Malachav / Mi Shemaamin (feat. Six13 & Benny Friedman)
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4. Shine
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5. Eishet Chayil
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6. Les Misérables
5:39 $0.99
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7. Lemaan (feat. Shalsheles)
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8. Cups (Dror Yikra)
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9. Brave
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10. Burn
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11. Nachamu
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12. One Day (Reprise)
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Album Notes
In Jewish law and custom, the third recurrence of an event establishes a chazakah, or permanence. One Day More, a climactic lyric from the musical Les Misérables, is about being powerfully aware that though we've achieved our chazakah, the journey continues.

One Day More is about more than declaring that, contrary to everyone's - including our own - wildest expectations, we are here to stay. One Day More is about the traffic jams spent counting the cars on the New Jersey turnpike; the nights spent on cold airport floors; the hours in the studio trying to get that one perfect take; the low of reading hurtful commentary on the internet; the high of hearing from a fan that our music helped her celebrate a Jewish holiday for the first time; the power, pleasure, andpain of singing one more hoarse encore with a roaring crowd.

These experiences do not deter or distract us; it is from these very occasions that we draw the strength to journey on. One Day More is about pausing to reflect on yesterday while simultaneously looking to tomorrow, eyes trained on the next avenue to spread literal and figurative harmony.

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