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All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone

by Explosions In The Sky

All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone by Explosions In The Sky

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All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone

by Explosions In The Sky

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Label: Temporary Residence Ltd.
This West Texas band sets off a barrage of musical fireworks that is both majestic and heartbreaking. The album title alone (All of A Sudden I Miss Everyone) is the perfect setting for this lonesome roar -- with fitful phrasing that initiates a cloudburst of percussion and guitar that subsides to pin-drop hushed electricity. Explosions in the Sky vent enough moody instrumental drama that the idea of lyrics simply becomes irrelevant, proven by the spine-tingling "It's Natural To Be Afraid" and the beyond-words beauty of the closing track "So Long, Lonesome."

About This Album

This West Texas band sets off a barrage of musical fireworks that is both majestic and heartbreaking. The album title alone (All of A Sudden I Miss Everyone) is the perfect setting for this lonesome roar -- with fitful phrasing that initiates a cloudburst of percussion and guitar that subsides to pin-drop hushed electricity. Explosions in the Sky vent enough moody instrumental drama that the idea of lyrics simply becomes irrelevant, proven by the spine-tingling "It's Natural To Be Afraid" and the beyond-words beauty of the closing track "So Long, Lonesome."

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About This Album

This West Texas band sets off a barrage of musical fireworks that is both majestic and heartbreaking. The album title alone (All of A Sudden I Miss Everyone) is the perfect setting for this lonesome roar -- with fitful phrasing that initiates a cloudburst of percussion and guitar that subsides to pin-drop hushed electricity. Explosions in the Sky vent enough moody instrumental drama that the idea of lyrics simply becomes irrelevant, proven by the spine-tingling "It's Natural To Be Afraid" and the beyond-words beauty of the closing track "So Long, Lonesome."