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Stubborn Parade Elouise (Dualtone 2012)

   As the wisdom speaks for the lyrics written honestly to expressing the emotional virtue of the musicians themselves and to those Folkish Rock and Pop-Indie session created to influencing people whom listening to the music whose also having a good sense of consciousness just like the trio of Neyla Pekarek (cello, vocals), Jeremiah Fraites (drums) and Wesley Schultz (singer, guitars) as spending their times (a lot) to drawing the images of reality and impressions based on the rural practice over stories and the loves for Bob Seger, Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac and Leonard Cohen, etc – did make the reasons why The Lumineers founded and forming in Denver, Colorado.
   The Lumineers (Deluxe Edition) self-titled album being released and debuting on the billboard 200 to number two for over forty weeks top; infecting your thoughts and habits for listening more Alternative-Pop in Country-tinged and empowered by the timeless melodies and soul-stirring to Folk music sounds.
   A raw revelations over how Jeff Buckley and angelic vocals and atmosphere adversity the despair and uncharted territory and blossoming isolations for the energy on soulful pioneering sings the bluesy and the folkish brave-tempered harmony sounding erasing slowly the sorrow dusts via Flowers in Your Hair, Submarines, Dead Sea, Morning Song, Charlie Boy or Flapper Girl as well as some good bonus tracks like Ain’t Nobody’s Problem; This Must Be The Place; Darlene and Slow It Down. 

A young-old and the in-between few messages from the outskirt music.

The Lumineers (Deluxe Edition):