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Lonely the Brave - The Day's War (iTunes Edition) (2014)

10-09-2014, 08:11
Rock | Alternative

Lonely the Brave - The Day's War (iTunes Edition) (2014)

Artist: Lonely the Brave
Title Of Album: The Day's War
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Hassle Records
Genre: Alt. Rock
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 47:24 min
Total Size: 101 MB


1. Intro (00:51)
2. Trick of the Light (03:38)
3. Backroads (04:06)
4. Islands (02:59)
5. Dinosaurs (03:31)
6. Deserter (03:18)
7. Untitled (01:12)
8. Kings of the Mountain (04:20)
9. Victory Line (03:54)
10. Black Saucers (03:35)
11. The Blue, The Green (04:36)
12. The Day's War (01:09)
13. Call of Horses (05:33)
14. Outro (00:39)

Itunes Edition includes bonus track:
15.Trick of the Light (Alternative Ending) (03:43)

Lonely The Brave release their debut album, 'The Day's War', via Hassle Records.
"… stuffed with so many stand out moments that it feels like not just a force of nature, but a bold new blueprint for British Rock music." - Rock Sound

"The hype surrounding them is entirely justified… the start of something extraordinary for the band." - Kerrang!

"A band whose name will soon be up in lights, whether they like it or not." - NME "'The Day's War' is fit to bursting with anthems of disaffection that will keep them in festival slots for years to come." - Mojo

2013 proved to be a groundbreaking twelve months for the Cambridge five-piece, playing festivals such as Download and Reading & Leeds, supporting Bruce Springsteen at the Olympic Park and opening for Deftones, all alongside the release of their first EP, 'Backroads', to much critical acclaim.

2014 started with the band playing a number of European dates in France and Holland, followed by their first headline tour of the UK, including a sold out show at London's Cargo. With The Great Escape and Download, plus many further festival appearances scheduled along with the much anticipated release of 'The Day's War', 2014 will surely witness the continued, rapid ascent for an act that Rock Sound say they "wholeheartedly believe could become the biggest band on the planet."

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