Knewfoulke | The Center of the Sun

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The Center of the Sun

by Knewfoulke

Acoustic music with short, catchy tunes that usually revolve around a story about love, loss and sometimes pudding.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Happy Endings
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2. Nerds in Love
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3. Flying With the Drones
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4. The Wrong Woods
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5. On the Run
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6. Anchor
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7. And You Know
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8. Who Knows
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9. Doorway
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10. Lovely Ghost
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Album Notes
KnewFoulke is more of a style of music than an actual band. It’s a cross between Snyth New Age and Acoustic Folk Music (new + folk = KnewFoulke). They are usually short, catchy tunes (more poems put to music actually) that usually revolve around a story. It’s interesting to note that knewfoulke is neither new age, or folksy. It defies definition as well as various local traffic laws when in a hurry.


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Best indie album I've found in quite a while!
So many artists have one decent song on an album, and the rest are just "meh.." This is the first album in a long time that I've thoroughly enjoyed start to finish. Lots of good songs, all of them unique - not the same sound just rehashed over and over. If you don't pick this one up, you're missing out!
(and don't let the "explicit" throw you off -- one song has a few "inappropriate" words, but it's a cute story and the rest of the songs are clean.)