Darling West - We'll Never Know Unless We Try (2020) [Official Digital Download]

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Darling West - We'll Never Know Unless We Try (2020) [Official Digital Download]

Darling West - We'll Never Know Unless We Try (2020)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/48 kHz | Time - 40:06 minutes | 476 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Darling are at the forefront of Nordicana. The Norwegian folk- and americana group are releasing their fourth album in 2020, and will be following up the great success of their previous albums. They have already received a Norwegian Grammy for their album 'Vinyl and a Heartache' in 2017, toured the US and Germany, Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands several times the last couple of years. They have played AmericanaFest in Nashville in 2017 and 2018, SXSW i Austin in 2017 and 2019, and Folk Alliance in Kansas City in 2018. They will play FAI in New Orleans in January 2020, AmericanaFest UK later that month, and most likely go back to AmericanaFest in Nashville in 2020.

Torgeir Waldemar - Love (2020) [Official Digital Download]

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Torgeir Waldemar - Love (2020) [Official Digital Download]

Torgeir Waldemar - Love (2020)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/48 kHz | Time - 46:52 minutes | 582 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

After releasing one furious, political album and an introspective, existential one, Torgeir Waldemar concluded that the world hadn’t improved too much. In turbulent times, where walls are erected and hate and xenophobia seems widespread, what should be the main message for the new record? The answer was simple, almost banal – the most important thing we have is one another – love. Following the success of his two previous albums, the melancholy Torgeir Waldemar (2014) and the loud, fuzz-drenched No Offending Borders (2017) Waldemar has established himself at the very forefront of Norwegian rock and roll troubadours. For the mini-album Jamais Vu (2018), he combined the two personas, stripping down the rock songs from the second album, while rocking up the acoustic songs from the debut. There’s a common thread running through Waldemar’s music, where the new album Love is the obvious continuation – rocking, but not as rough, loud but with more focus.