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Paul Spring

by Paul Spring

"The album’s songs disclose the casual ponderings of a young man and the honest questions of an emerging artist. Spring begins his solo career with a natural balance, cycling between composed reflections of loss and joyous exclamations of living."
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mind of Winter
1:23 album only
2. Plum Street
3:58 album only
3. Jackson Pollock
3:59 album only
4. What You Say
3:49 album only
5. Into the Water
3:40 album only
6. Stormy Sea
4:15 album only
7. The Night
6:06 album only
8. Harmony
4:57 album only
9. Thin Veil
4:01 album only
10. Saul
6:06 album only
11. Lake Louise
5:48 album only
12. In the Summer
1:29 album only


Album Notes
Paul Spring is an independent singer-songwriter based out of St. Paul, Minnesota. With his band, he writes, performs, and records a unique combination of lyric-driven folk and melodic rock. Spring’s poetic writing style and unmistakable voice are at the center of his high-energy shows and his self-titled debut album. The young singer and talented backing band have performed a wide-range of styles for years (Mister, Midnight Moss) and have now captured a cohesive sound that truly supports Paul’s songs.

"Paul Spring is a heartfelt and soulful songwriter whose voice is unpretentious and sincere. His debut album is one of my favorite records of the year." - Jason Orris

Paul Spring is a geyser of great words and melodies. He approaches music with a kid’s giddiness and an old salt’s wisdom; the resulting songs are impossibly captivating. – Brian Laidlaw (The Family Trade)



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