The Sour Notes | The Meat of the Fruit

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The Meat of the Fruit

by The Sour Notes

The Meat of the Fruit is the debut album by The Sour Notes released on CD May 24, 2008.
Genre: Pop: Dream Pop
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1. Weak at Heart
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2. It\'s Easier to be a Hypocrite
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3. The Truth in our Lies
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4. Leslie Burke
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5. Trivial Pursuit
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6. A Woman or a Grave
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jared Boulanger's new fourpiece rips out the gate with jaded pop gem The Meat of the Fruit. It's the best of all worlds: hints of Postal Service, boy-girl harmonies, bittersweet lyricism, fresh songwriting, beautiful home production, and a voice a million girls will fall in love with. Opener "Weak at Heart" starts fey and blows up angry, "Leslie Burke" breaks the clouds with summer simplicity and reverb, and "A Woman or a Grave" is all effortless smile. Who said pop is boring? Here's hoping debut LP Received in Bitterness, dropping later this year, is even half as juicy. - Darcie Stevens (Austin Chronicle)


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