Ben Lundquist | Afterthoughts

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by Ben Lundquist

With an indie sound that is rooted in folk rock, this album offers us a story of heartache and motion. At times, it will open up expanses in you, while occasionally asking you to swim towards the surface for breath.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Afterthoughts
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2. The End
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3. Last Photograph
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4. Same Old Heart
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5. It's Okay
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6. Novel Tea
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7. Driving
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8. Carousel
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Album Notes
Ben Lundquist's music speaks with the hints and nudges of heartache and hope.
Ben grew up in the sturdy Midwest. He wandered to the mountains of the west. He laughed with the locals in Ireland. After spending time as the artist in residence for a small music program on Martha's Vineyard, Ben moved to Boston with a house-full of writers, sculptures and fellow Eyeteeth Records recording artists.
His album, Afterthoughts, was recorded on Martha's Vineyard. It is his most moving attempt at life. It is salted with cold, ocean air in a melancholic city...


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kyrill A goosseff

Nice friendly and it will grow on you the more you listen to it. God thx very low "top 40" characteristics