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Magpie And The Dandelion

by The Avett Brothers

Magpie And The Dandelion by The Avett Brothers

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Magpie And The Dandelion

by The Avett Brothers

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Label: American Recordings
Recorded at the same time as 2012's The Carpenter, Magpie and the Dandelion further solidifies The Avett Brothers role as key players in the 21st century folk-rock revival. Like a pair of Raleigh Denim jeans, the music is stylishly rustic: banjos and campfire melodies grafted to pop harmonies and indie cool. That said, the Avetts also are awfully earnest. It's a quality that permeates standouts "Bring Your Love to Me," "Apart From Me" and single "Another Is Waiting." An additional highlight is closer "The Clearness Is Gone," which is more country-rock in feel than is most of their output.

About This Album

Recorded at the same time as 2012's The Carpenter, Magpie and the Dandelion further solidifies The Avett Brothers role as key players in the 21st century folk-rock revival. Like a pair of Raleigh Denim jeans, the music is stylishly rustic: banjos and campfire melodies grafted to pop harmonies and indie cool. That said, the Avetts also are awfully earnest. It's a quality that permeates standouts "Bring Your Love to Me," "Apart From Me" and single "Another Is Waiting." An additional highlight is closer "The Clearness Is Gone," which is more country-rock in feel than is most of their output.

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About This Album

Recorded at the same time as 2012's The Carpenter, Magpie and the Dandelion further solidifies The Avett Brothers role as key players in the 21st century folk-rock revival. Like a pair of Raleigh Denim jeans, the music is stylishly rustic: banjos and campfire melodies grafted to pop harmonies and indie cool. That said, the Avetts also are awfully earnest. It's a quality that permeates standouts "Bring Your Love to Me," "Apart From Me" and single "Another Is Waiting." An additional highlight is closer "The Clearness Is Gone," which is more country-rock in feel than is most of their output.