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    Trouble Will Find Me

    Trouble Will Find Me, The National's highly anticipated sixth album will be released on May 21
    on 4AD. Formed in 1999, the Ohio-raised, Brooklyn-based band consists of vocalist Matt Berninger fronting two pairs of brothers: Aaron
    (guitar, bass, piano) and Bryce Dessner (guitar),
    and Scott (bass, guitar) and Bryan Devendorf
    (drums). The band's previous 4AD release, High
    Violet (May 2010), was met with critical acclaim
    and impressive sales, debuting # 3 on the Billboard chart with 295k scanned to date.


    The National recruited quite a collection of guest musicians to appear on their new album, Trouble Will Find Me. In an interview with The Gothamist, The National's Bryan Devendorf revealed that Sufjan Stevens provided drum machine and synths and both St. Vincent's Annie Clark and Sharon Van Etten appear as guest vocalists.
    Other contributors include Arcade Fire's Richard Reed Parry, Doveman, and Nona Marie Invie from Dark Dark Dark. -- consequenceofsound.net

    1. I Should Live in Salt
    2. Demons
    3. Don't Swallow the Cap
    4. Fireproof
    5. Sea of Love
    6. Heavenfaced
    7. This is the Last Time
    8. Graceless
    9. Slipped
    10. I Need My Girl
    11. Humiliation
    12. Pink Rabbits
    13. Hard to Find
    The National
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    Painting Of A Panic Attack

    Painting Of A Panic Attack was recorded at Dessner's Brooklyn studio - where The National also recorded The National's High Violet and Trouble Will Find Me - and at Dreamland Studio in Woodstock, NY in the summer of 2015. Much of the album is indebted lyrically to Los Angeles, where frontman Scott Hutchison moved to from Scotland in 2014 Tracks such as Get Out, the lead single which chronicles an addictive and obsessive love, and Still Want To Be Here, telling of his struggle with adjusting to life in LA, perfectly encapsulate the mindset of the Frightened Rabbit frontman since the band's last release. And, of the album closer Die Like A Rich Boy, Dessner says, [It] feels like a completely classic song, but it's also a distillation of everything Scott has ever written about. It's so gracefully constructed and realized, and it's not trying to be anything other than what it is. I wish I could write a song like that.
    1. Death Dream
    2. Get Out
    3. I Wish I Was Sober
    4. Woke Up Hurting
    5. Little Drum
    6. Still Want To Be Here
    7. An Otherwise Disappointing Life
    8. Break
    9. Blood Under The Bridge
    10. 400 Bones
    11. Lump Street
    12. Die Like A Rich Boy
    Frightened Rabbit
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    The Circle

    It's an interesting question to ask: Is that a fair dose of motivation or is that a chip on your shoulder? Jon Bon Jovi posed that question to himself, and it's worth pondering. You might think that a man whose band has sold more than 120 million records and played before tens of millions of fans in the course of an illustrious 26-year career would be content to rest on his considerable laurels, at least for a while.


    You might think that, but you'd be wrong, and the new Bon Jovi album, The Circle, provides irrefutable proof. As its title suggests, The Circle marks a powerful reassertion of Bon Jovi's commitment to the hard-hitting, uplifting rock & roll that has been the band's indelible signature since it began. The band share an abiding bond that informs and defines their music. It is a circle that remains unbroken.


    The album title, Bon Jovi explains, has several meanings. Some may say that with this album we have come full circle. Others may see The Circle as never ending. I see it as very hard to get in to and even harder to get out of, the singer says with a laugh. Having had 5 studio records in this decade, there are songs on each record that represent the world around us. And while they don't always like what they see, they try hard not to see the cup as half empty. From the new single We Weren't Born To Follow to the powerful When We Were Beautiful, the songs are as uplifting and anthemic as anything Bon Jovi and Sambora have ever written.


    Another reason for the anthemic sound of THE CIRCLE is the re-emergence of Richie Sambora. This is meant to be a stadium, turn-the-guitars-back-up record, and that's a testament to having Richie at my side, Jon says. I can't tell you how much that's meant. With me and Richie, one and one makes three.


    That flame burns at the heart of The Circle. When We Were Beautiful shares its title with the superb Bon Jovi documentary by filmmaker Phil Griffin. Like the film, the song is atmospheric and haunting. It opens with a sense of crisis: The world is cracked/The sky is torn. Jon Bon Jovi hears the song as a true departure for the band. That's a unique song, he says, We've written hits, but this is something more, this is something different. I didn't want to sugarcoat things. Those lyrics are factual. As a country and as people, we hit a wall. But the idea is to try to get back to `when we were beautiful.'


    The new studio album, The Circle, was produced by John Shanks, who also worked with the band on the two preceding Bon Jovi albums, Lost Highway (2007) and Have a Nice Day (2005). The album has an underlying positive theme that is apparent throughout the songs. Whether it's questioning your vitality in Fast Cars, or asking what the future holds in Work for the Working Man, the songs are about the prospect of people having to find new directions in their lives. In these trying times every word relays the truth.


    So The Circle, then, like all of Bon Jovi's best music, stares down the troubles that afflict our lives, and offers a bracing vision for overcoming those obstacles. It's stirring, and it's an emotion that, strong as the album is, will find its most convincing expression on the concert stage. And this is why Bon Jovi have managed to play over 2600 concerts to over 34 million fans in over 50 countries. I can't believe I'm even saying this, but I can't wait to go on the road again, Jon Bon Jovi exclaims.

    1. We Weren't Born to Follow
    2. When We Were Beautiful
    3. Work for the Working Man
    4. Superman Tonight
    5. Bullet
    6. Thorn in My Side
    7. Live Before You Die
    8. Brokenpromiseland
    9. Love's the Only Rule
    10. Fast Cars
    11. Happy Now
    12. Learn to Love
    Bon Jovi
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