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The Scenery Of Farewell by Two Gallants

Album

The Scenery Of Farewell

Two Gallants

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Album

The Scenery Of Farewell

Two Gallants

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Label: Saddle Creek
A pithy precursor to Two Gallants' forthcoming third album, this acoustic EP is the duo's first release since the October 2006 onstage incident that led to drummer Tyson Vogel's night in a Houston jail. The opener "Seems Like Home To Me" establishes the album's mournfully exposed spirit, while Adam Stephens' harmonica adds an introspective reflection to their somber formula of heavyhearted poetry and lonesome folk melodies. With less wavering agitation, The Scenery of Farewell hints at the frustration of last fall's tour: "Days get so dark/ I can hardly see/ I've been gone so long/ It seems like home to me"

About This Album

A pithy precursor to Two Gallants' forthcoming third album, this acoustic EP is the duo's first release since the October 2006 onstage incident that led to drummer Tyson Vogel's night in a Houston jail. The opener "Seems Like Home To Me" establishes the album's mournfully exposed spirit, while Adam Stephens' harmonica adds an introspective reflection to their somber formula of heavyhearted poetry and lonesome folk melodies. With less wavering agitation, The Scenery of Farewell hints at the frustration of last fall's tour: "Days get so dark/ I can hardly see/ I've been gone so long/ It seems like home to me"

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About This Album

A pithy precursor to Two Gallants' forthcoming third album, this acoustic EP is the duo's first release since the October 2006 onstage incident that led to drummer Tyson Vogel's night in a Houston jail. The opener "Seems Like Home To Me" establishes the album's mournfully exposed spirit, while Adam Stephens' harmonica adds an introspective reflection to their somber formula of heavyhearted poetry and lonesome folk melodies. With less wavering agitation, The Scenery of Farewell hints at the frustration of last fall's tour: "Days get so dark/ I can hardly see/ I've been gone so long/ It seems like home to me"