Paper Mache | Easier To Lose

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Easier To Lose

by Paper Mache

An album for you to fall in love with. It's catchy enough to make you tap your foot and honest enough to make you cry.
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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1. Proud Man
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2. Mixtape
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3. Clover
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4. Favorite Excuse
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5. Weathervane
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6. Bus Stop
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7. The Vaccine
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8. St Peter
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9. I Don't Dream
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10. Limelight
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11. Easier To Lose
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Album Notes
In a culture of predictability and contrived emotion, honesty is the currency by which art is valued. Paper Mache has built its reputation on lyrical substance and continues to build a national fan base through extensive touring and inventive promotion. This Washington-based three-piece creates a continually evolving sound that embraces the acoustic sparsity of acts like Bright Eyes as well as the rich textures of bands like Death Cab for Cutie and Brand New.

Paper Mache is currently touring in support of their full-length album "Easier to Lose," a collection of songs that challenge the definition of struggle, success, life, and loss. The album shows a promising maturity and flirts with a polished sound most indie bands fear. The tour will span over 20 states and further extend the reach of this truly unique group.

Founding the band in 2006, Chelsea Seth has been the engine of songwriting and perseverance that has kept Paper Mache in constant motion. His uncompromising lyrics reveal a sincerity that goes deeper than simply writing music for anyone who will buy it. Guitarist Chris Rindal has played many roles in the band, rotating instruments through lineup changes in the last few years. Rindal and Seth entered the studio as a two piece and enlisted the help of producer Joe Varela while recording "Easier to Lose." Through the process of collaborating on the record, Varela saw great potential in the band and put his production business on hold to tour as the drummer.

So far, they've impressed audiences across the country with with their powerful performance and created the kind of online buzz that exceeds many major label acts. After considering the impossible drives, the growing family of dedicated fans, and several near-death experiences in the tour van, it becomes obvious... Nothing can stand between this music and those who love it.


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Can't wear it out!
I bought this album about 6 months ago, and it's still in my disc circulation. It's easy on the ears, easy to hum and sing along to. Weathervane, Limelight, and Easier to Lose are my favorites, followed by Clover, Bus Stop, Mixtape and St. Peter.
I have to say that the emotional cry of, "You win!" on Bus Stop, gets me every time; can so relate. St Peter really strikes a cord as well. I realize it addresses a specific topic, but having lost a child, I can so imagine the description of what Heaven must be and that hits me too. Excellent work guys, and look forward to your next album.


Easier To Loose
The best album in my car, or ever for that matter. The music is amazing and the lyrics are astounding. I listen to this CD every time I get in the car and it will never get old.


This is the best CD I\'ve heard in a long time. The honesty of the lyrics hits home but there are songs on the album that you just can\'t help but tap your feet or hum along to too. I love Paper Mache!