Jace Allred | Waiting for Darkness

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Waiting for Darkness

by Jace Allred

A bedroom full of instruments and equipment that was accumulated through long hours of working hard jobs, and the echoes of one person's past and forward ambitions that eternally roar in the form of one incredible and emotional major debut album.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Dumb Fear
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2. Cane Syrup Sky
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3. Leather Jackets
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4. Where Are We Now
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5. It's All a Blur
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6. Long Live Love
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7. Echoes / Suburbs
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8. Dangerous Adolescent Banshee
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9. Coasting On Down Litchfield, Pt. 1-3
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10. Twilight Monkeys
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11. What Will They Do for Fun?
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12. Light Shatters the Windows
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13. In the Darkness of the Shadows in the Arcade
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14. Sunglasses & Sparklers
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album was made tirelessly through the early mornings and late night hours of the Arizonan winter. More than half of the songs were written and recorded on December 24, 2012 and the others were written on various dates and even the release date. It is a collection of many emotions and nostalgic torpedo-like true stories and fiction-filled songwriting. Some songs feel ethereal and bigger than life and this album is everything and nothing. It is comparable to a drink of water on either a sunny day spent outside or a lax night spent inside.


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