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Impossible Things

by New People

From breezy to dead dark, this second outing by the multi-frontman power-pop Madison, WI trio is packed full of energetic, memorable tunes with brash, layered guitars, bombastic rhythms, shimmering harmonies, and crafty world-play.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Uncomfortable Pace
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2. The Answer
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3. Stalk
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4. The Great Forgotten Lover
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5. I Still Want
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6. Pretty Preetah
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7. Lucky
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8. Little Mina
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9. Ask Yourself
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10. Honest Judge
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11. Trading Away
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12. Manager
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13. Irresistible
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14. Find You Out
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Impossible Things” includes 14 songs by three singer/songwriters. Inspired by 90s alternative, 80s new wave, and classic rock, New People is all about songs that stick in your head. Some of the material is straight up, jangle-guitar power pop. Most of it is inflected by 90s grunge. The voices are each unique and pleasant, and most of the album is heavy with two- or three-part harmonies. The lyrics tend to be jaded and/or depressed, with oblique tales of relationship discord, anxiety, and general dysfunction, but a lot of it is surprisingly funny. Underlying it all is unceasing energy, with solid rock drumming, melodic bass lines, and a textured mass of usually distorted guitars punctuated by hummable solos.

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