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Everything Touches Everything

by These United States

These United States surrender themselves to unbridled rock and roll exuberance: ringing guitars, thundering drums, desperate yearning bordering on hope.
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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1. I Want You to Keep Everything
4:09 album only
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2. Will It Ever
2:53 album only
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3. Everything Touches Everything
2:25 album only
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4. Night & the Revolution
2:37 album only
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5. The Secret Door
3:34 album only
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6. Conquest & Consequence
3:29 album only
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7. I'm Gonna Assemble a City
4:27 album only
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8. Good Bones
3:22 album only
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9. The Important Thing
3:46 album only
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10. End
3:10 album only
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11. Good Night Wish
7:42 album only

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With their third full length release in 18 months, These United States surrender themselves to unbridled rock and roll exuberance: ringing guitars, thundering drums, desperate yearning bordering on hope. Everything Touches Everything came together the week of January 20th, 2009, as 4 million new friends descended on the city of Washington, DC (one of two places, with Lexington, KY, the band calls home). Laughter, belief, chaos, history, frigid cold wild mercury winter morning sunshine - it was a good place to be making music.

By turns larger-than-life and disarmingly intimate, this is 42 minutes of folk in the truest sense - a record of the moment, of the cultural and emotional forces that animate everyday existence somewhere down below the headlines. (But never apart from them. Bandleader Jesse Elliott had two different albums in mind; he let the November election decide which one the group would record.) And These United States -- Elliott, Robby Cosenza, J. Tom Hnatow, Justin Craig, and Colin Kellogg -- play it the way folk was meant to be played: hard, fast, big, slow, long, loud, loose, at last unburdened. They play like they mean it. Like there's never been a better time to be alive.

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