MP3: The National – Sea of Love

11.06.2013

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The National – Sea of Love MP3

As with most of The National’s albums, “Trouble Will Find Me” grew on me substantially. At first it seems a bit lackluster, but after multiple listens, the lyrics magically become more relatable and the undertones begin to find a way to stand out. The recurrence of The National’s tame first impression surely has something to do with Matt Beringer’s low, often monotone voice. It is und... Source: lowerfrequencies.com

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