The Wood Floors | At the Edge of Now

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At the Edge of Now

by The Wood Floors

The Wood Floors long awaited follow up to 2010's "Some Girls". At the edge of now is a sixteen track song cycle that deals with loss and reflection with humor, anger, and humility.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Nightmare
2:37 album only
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2. The Worst in Me
2:16 album only
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3. Edge of Now
3:01 album only
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4. Nevermine
1:45 album only
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5. Drinking for Myself
1:36 album only
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6. Everything That's Wrong
2:40 album only
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7. Every Lie / Everytime
2:17 album only
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8. I Swear That I Could Kill
2:15 album only
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9. Gimme Sunshine
1:58 album only
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10. At Least I Used To
2:37 album only
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11. Spiral to the Ground
2:50 album only
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12. A Fight That I Can Win
2:22 album only
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13. I'd Still Be Sad
2:11 album only
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14. Out of Season
1:55 album only
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15. Broken
2:25 album only
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16. Days of Blue
2:42 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
That moment when you are about to do something extreme.

Pressed by a situation far deviant from our everyday expectations our minds conjure up a colorful flash of possibility. An action out of character - a betrayal, revenge, an act of violence.

Most of the time, these flashes are quickly removed from our head. Gone as soon as they were beginning to catch on, we swiftly disperse them.

Occasionally, those brief moments are dragged into a longer reality due to the emotional intensity. Love, loss, hate, guilt.

Sometimes emotions are amplified by how much amber liquid is actually left in the bottle.

Sometimes the raw acoustics of the moment are powerful enough to reverberate.

Either way, we often refer to these emotional explosions as ‘being on edge’. Moments where feelings can powerfully color a choice that should be black and white.

This is their soundtrack.

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