The Modern Nomads | All the Night

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All the Night

by The Modern Nomads

Indie-Folk
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Regress
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2. Tuesday Night
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3. Sour Cigarettes
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4. Through My Blood
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5. Coming Down
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6. Hallelujah (Revelations About Praise)
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7. When the Wind Blows
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8. It Ain't Over Yet
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9. Goodbyes (the Heart of Humanity)
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10. First Days of Fall
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11. Roll On Like a River
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Modern Nomads are an indie-folk band exploring the different facets of life, home, faith, relationships, and community. Their lyric-heavy songs are accompanied by an acoustic sound created by guitars, mandolins, and fiddles. The band is driven to ask questions about life and uses music as that outlet. They experiment with an indie-folk sound and acoustic instruments to explore beauty, joy, pain, and loss in their debut album All The Night.


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