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Nik & The Central Plains

by Nik & The Central Plains

Nik & the central plains are an indie folk rock band from Pittsburgh , PA. The record is suitable for fans of Neil Young, The Shins, the Cure, The Smiths, Modest Mouse, Pavement & the Kinks & Bob Dylan etc.
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1. You're the Blues
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2. Isn't It Unfair
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3. King of the Bridge
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4. First Breath
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5. Paperman Soldiers
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6. Britt & Tom
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7. Red Eyed Vultures
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8. Into the Unknown
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9. Solitary Bird
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10. Burlee
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11. Courtyard Dreams
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12. Dearly
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13. Arctic Dance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nik & the central plains are an indie folk rock band from Pittsburgh , PA. The album is suitable for fans of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, The Shins, Modest Mouse, Pavement & the Kinks. The Songs are driven by acoustic and electric guitars with melancholy melodies incorporating thoughtful lyrics about the past, future and present. Each song invites the listener to a story you haven't heard before. The Album was recorded in the country side of Pittsburgh, PA in a shed that was converted to a recording studio. The Members of the band are Nik Westman, Kraig Decker, Tom Demagall & Colin Bronnenkant.
The songs were written over a span of two years.

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