A Fragile Tomorrow | Tripping Over Nothing

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Tripping Over Nothing

by A Fragile Tomorrow

A strong, eclectic set of powerful and poignant songs carried by perfect harmonies, plenty of guitars, and a whole lot of heart and soul.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Man With A Bottle
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2. Peaceful Days
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3. Something to Say
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4. Tupelo Song
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5. The Falling
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6. I Just Never Said Enough
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7. My Mistakes
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8. Dear Abbey White
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9. Hey Mother
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10. Captured
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11. We're On Our Own
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12. Thirteen
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13. World, Revisited
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This 13 song set is as diverse as it gets while still being AFT. The record opens with "Man With a Bottle", an honest, straight to the point rock song. Other highlights include the Byrds influenced "Peaceful Days" and the finely crafted "Something to Say", both complete with jangly guitars and Beach Boys-esque harmonies. There's even a bit of a country-folk influence, as heard on "I Just Never Said Enough", which features slide guitar by veteran musician Peter Holsapple (The dB's, REM).

The album also features a guest appearance by Amy Ray, one half of the Indigo Girls, who lends her talents to the Beatles-meets-garage rock song "Dear Abbey White" as well the blues-rocker "Thirteen". The album ends with "World, Revisited", a poignant, socially conscious folk ballad that will surely leave the listener wanting more.

Produced by critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Danielle Howle and recorded in Awendaw, South Carolina, Tripping Over Nothing is truly an album that not only will please rock fans, but surely has something for everyone.


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