Three Chord Renaissance | Late Bloomer

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Late Bloomer

by Three Chord Renaissance

Alternative grooves in roots/rock hook-filled tunes with a lot of harmony and a little bit of quirky. Lyrics are cleverly crafted tales of a sometimes daring, sometimes offended heart, while others are arguably just therapeutic rantings.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Wanna Know
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2. Crush
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3. Any Given Platform
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4. How Will You Know Me?
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5. With This Key
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6. Guitars in Tune
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7. Martini Kiss
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8. My Spaces
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9. Choices of Questionable Reasoning
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10. Not Anonymous
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Album Notes
Although still relatively new to the local music scene, Three Chord Renaissance has performed in various incarnations with some of Vancouver’s finest musicians.

With hook-filled tunes and alternative grooves, this creative rock & roots band brings a dynamic presence to the local stages and keeps barstool toe-tapping critics appeased. The lyrics are clearly prose; some cleverly crafted tales of a sometimes daring, sometimes offended heart, while others are questionably therapeutic rantings of a life lived on the edge of something very close to being discovered.

The album, Late Bloomer was debuted in 2012 and is compiled of ten songs recorded simply as a 4-5 piece band with just enough quirky sounds thrown into the mix to keep listeners talking.


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