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Come Back As Rain by Good Old War

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Come Back As Rain

Good Old War

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Album

Come Back As Rain

Good Old War

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Label: Sargent House
Good Old War are just good old innocuous fun. The Philly trio's third album offers more of their Crosby, Stills & Nash harmonies folded into twangy, foot-stompin' folk pop that springs with a Paul Simon-esque bounce and a Beatles-like playfulness, circa Help! But under that fluffy guise are some lovesick bards, slightly skeptical ("You have amazing eyes/ The right one's suspicious and the left one wants my love") but always hopeful. Their lyrics may not be particularly profound ("Nobody knows what tomorrow will bring/ That's why we rely on hope"), but good old fun shouldn't have to be, right?

About This Album

Good Old War are just good old innocuous fun. The Philly trio's third album offers more of their Crosby, Stills & Nash harmonies folded into twangy, foot-stompin' folk pop that springs with a Paul Simon-esque bounce and a Beatles-like playfulness, circa Help! But under that fluffy guise are some lovesick bards, slightly skeptical ("You have amazing eyes/ The right one's suspicious and the left one wants my love") but always hopeful. Their lyrics may not be particularly profound ("Nobody knows what tomorrow will bring/ That's why we rely on hope"), but good old fun shouldn't have to be, right?

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About This Album

Good Old War are just good old innocuous fun. The Philly trio's third album offers more of their Crosby, Stills & Nash harmonies folded into twangy, foot-stompin' folk pop that springs with a Paul Simon-esque bounce and a Beatles-like playfulness, circa Help! But under that fluffy guise are some lovesick bards, slightly skeptical ("You have amazing eyes/ The right one's suspicious and the left one wants my love") but always hopeful. Their lyrics may not be particularly profound ("Nobody knows what tomorrow will bring/ That's why we rely on hope"), but good old fun shouldn't have to be, right?