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The Winter Project

by The Winter Project

Vinyl ships with digital download card. Alternative Rock Power Pop in the vein of Mascis and Mary Chain.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ache
3:38 $1.29
2. Late
3:46 $1.29
3. I'll Just Miss
2:36 $1.29
4. Throw
3:31 $1.29
5. Lock It Up
3:17 $1.29
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Album Notes
"With its eponymous EP, The Winter Project — comprising guitarist Chris Meusel, drummer Matt Winalski, bassist Ron Belanger and vocalist Todd Charbonneau — deliver a muscular and peculiarly pop-friendly brand of rock ’n’ roll. There’s a great deal of heart and vibrancy in this album, particularly in the opening number, “Ache,” which brings both a brokenhearted earnestness with a strong undertow of bald bass and percussion." - Worcester Telegram and Gazette

This 5 song, self-titled EP contains a tapestry of characters and feelings that comes only with experience. Loves lost, promises broken, dreams shattered. Yet life goes on.

Rock music has historically been a youth movement. Sock hops, Woodstock, punk, metal, grunge, a movement always looking ahead. The Winter Project takes a slightly different approach and uses the medium to look in the mirror, and gaze into the past, to assess the empty promises of youth and life. The result is less about what lies ahead, but more about where life has left empty voids once held by dreams and hopes.



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