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Hurry Up and Wait

by 7Mornings

Debut EP which showcases both the songwriting talent and collective musicianship blending driving, anthemic melodies with sincere, expressive textures.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Set Fire
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2. Noticed You
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3. A Song Can Save
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4. Still Standing
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5. Come Alive
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Debut EP which showcases both the songwriting talent and collective musicianship blending driving, anthemic melodies with sincere, expressive textures.

The Hoboken-based 7Mornings got their start in the beach towns of south Jersey. They have put together an expansive catalog of songs throughout the past few years, and this EP only scratches the surface. Recorded at The Pigeon Club in Hoboken, NJ during the fall of 2009, it has been highly anticipated by friends and fans alike.

The band consists of Adam McDonough (vocals, guitar, piano), John Miller (vocals, guitar), Colin Miller (bass) and Pete Cetinich (drums). As collaborative songwriters, Adam and John bring forth as wide a range of influences as can be found today in the music business, touching on sounds from the past 50 years of popular music.


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