Winterstate | The Ride

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The Ride

by Winterstate

Full of unforgettable sing-along anthemic choruses and rich harmonies, this alt-rock record is tinged with early-2000s nostalgia, maturity and technical precision.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Animals (feat. Brail Watson)
3:38 album only
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2. Lion on the Loose
3:27 album only
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3. Interlude
1:11 album only
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4. Twin Size Bed
3:41 album only
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5. Gentleman Caller
3:55 album only
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6. City of Roses and Evergreens
1:32 album only
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7. Hospital Kicks
3:35 album only
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8. Followthrough
2:46 album only
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9. Wildfire (feat. Janet Orsi)
3:54 album only
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10. Santa Maria
3:37 album only
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11. Dear Lucy
2:14 album only
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12. Varsity
3:40 album only
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13. The Ride
5:08 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Full of anthemic choruses and rich harmonies, Winterstate delivers a strong debut alt-rock record tinged with early-2000s nostalgia, but with maturity and technical precision that is exceptional for the genre.

All of the musicians -- led by singer/songwriter Kelvin Killmon and multi-instrumentalist Alex Ortberg -- are recent graduates of Berklee College of Music. After graduation the pair was separated by thousands of miles, but continued to write and record new songs together inspired by feel-good bands like The Killers, Mae, Incubus and Foo Fighters.

Alexander Ortberg’s tight, driving rhythms and clean, multi-layered approach to composition provide the musical bedrock for the band. Kelvin Killmon brings catchy melodies and rich vocal harmonies to the mix. His insightful lyrics tackle an impressive array of topics - from scandalous small town love affairs, to celebrating life in the face of terminal illness.

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