The Course | La La Liberation

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La La Liberation

by The Course

Indie rock with conscious messages and an 80's pop/rock, 90's rock vibe.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Early Astronauts
3:30 album only
2. What's Your Mind Swimming In?
3:18 album only
3. Trees & Seas
1:58 album only
4. With Light
3:21 album only
5. The World Wants to Sing
5:01 album only


Album Notes
The Course was established by Scott Krajca as a way to deliver conscious messages through catchy pop/rock music. The songs on the up-coming album "La La Liberation" are meant to inspire, wake up and get you head-bobbing all at the same time. What's Your Mind Swimming In?

It's also no surprise that when random folks around the world were polled, there was a common theme that the songs reminded them of the 80's/90's rock/pop genres. After listening to "What's Your Mind Swimming In?" and "With Light", comparisons have been made back to Tears for Fears, U2, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Third Eye Blind, Tom Petty, The Beatles and more. We don't feel any shame for being compared and evaluated based on people's relationship with great bands and artists. Thank you!

ReverbNation Feedback
"[With Light] has commercial appeal and reminds me of the hit 'Don't You Forget About Me' by Simple Minds."
– Male, 51

"I really liked the instruments in this track. The voice is what I like, clean yet a little gravelly. I would really like to hear more of this kind of music on the radio."
– Female, 23

"This track definitely has an 80's feel to it. Love the "come on and wake up" hook. This is definitely a song I want to hear driving down to the beach."
– Female, 17



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