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We Should Start

by Past Presents

This debut album is a collection of diverse songs ranging from soft chamber-folk to rock to the widescreen cinematic. It features layered melodies, orchestral-leaning production and atmospheric synths over often propulsive beats.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Coney Island
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2. Another Fire
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3. Only Singing
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4. Time to Erase
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5. Real Dream
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6. Wake Up Sleepy
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7. Of All Days
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8. New Wars
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9. The Settled Life
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10. Sky Blue Eyes
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11. (Good Morning)
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12. Yesterday's Today
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13. Static Song
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14. (Quiet)
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15. A Blessing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“On “We Should Start,” singer-songwriter Josh Moore plays every instrument to create a dreamy, jangly pop record that is the ideal soundtrack for a Saturday night stay-in or a Sunday morning come-down. His irresistible melodies, unadorned vocals and layers of delicate instrumentation make the album a satisfying and compelling listen, time after time.”
— Eryc Eyl, Reverb


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