Garden City Refugee | When Language Runs Dry...

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When Language Runs Dry...

by Garden City Refugee

Garden City Refugee is driving, highly energetic, and ocassionally haunting folk and radical protest music. A Rocky Mountain love song roared over the din of protesters clashing with a PPB riot-line.
Genre: Folk: Angry
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1. Diversity of Tactics
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2:16 $0.40
2. It's Better
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3. Folk Is Dead
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4. Garden City
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5. Rose City
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6. Fire Season
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7. The March
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8. Comfortable
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9. Rubicon
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10. When Language Runs Dry
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11. One More Parade
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12. Forever Mine
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13. Homecoming
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Influenced by the ambivalence felt towards both his new and former homes, Garden City Refugee sounds exactly like what he is, an old HxC kid playing genuine and heartfelt folk songs. His first album, When Language Runs Dry..., is frantically driving and upbeat, yet ocassionally remorseful and haunted. Within it, he addresses radical struggle, both failed and healthy love, homesickness, and experiences with invisible illness and chronic pain. Equal parts folk and equal parts punk without really fitting into what most would consider folk-punk, Garden City Refugee straddles extremes, while refusing to or unable to step foot in the middle ground.


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