The Weathered Road | Willing to Fall

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Willing to Fall

by The Weathered Road

A journey of the human spirit. Allowing the muse to become music.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Willing to Fall
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2. I Need an Answer
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3. I Will
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4. Home
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5. Pieces in the Wake
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6. Lift Me Up
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7. Rise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Willing to Fall is the second release by The Weathered Road. A drastic departure from the "bluegrass" and pure "folk" sounds of their first album, "A New Road Home", "Willing to Fall" is more anthemic and Americana in nature.
Tracks like "I Will", are gaining national attention, with catchy hooks and memorable lyrics. The chorus belts, "happiness is having what you want, and wanting what you have, everything I love fits in my hands, so I am a wealthy man". It truly comes from the heart. For any songwriter, there is an expectation of growth from album to album. This album encapsulates that growth musically and lyrically.
Other tracks like "Home" see the band regaining its raw, ethereal edge, steeped in a heavily percussively driven song. The lyrics "This time I'm coming home for love" is a testament to that feeling one gets after searching for happiness in a place instead of within. Home regains the comparisons to CSNY from the first album.
"Lift Me Up" and "Willing to Fall" are more folk-rock and even bluesy at times. "Pieces in the Wake" is a very personal and hauntingly honest piece that takes the listener back and grounds the album. The track features a very dynamic flow that escalates into a what sounds like a full orchestra with strings and booms when you least expect it. The track is chilling and beautiful at the same time.
This album is a reconnection with the song. A recounting of experiences both past, present, and future to create a cohesive piece of music. It is a tribute to those who feel the duality that is joy and sorrow. For all who willingly buy a ticket, close their eyes, take the ride, and are "Willing to Fall".
Music is mood. Just listen.

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