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Silverstein - This Is How The Wind Shifts album mp3

  • Performer: Silverstein
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: This Is How The Wind Shifts
  • Released: 2013
  • Style: Hard Rock
  • MP3 version size: 1625 mb
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Silverstein's new 2013 concept album "This Is How The Wind Shifts".

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Redirected from On Brave Mountains We Conquer). This Is How the Wind Shifts is the seventh studio album by Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein, released on February 5, 2013 through Hopeless Records. It is the first album to not feature long time lead guitarist Neil Boshart and first to include Paul Marc Rousseau as an official member, taking over lead guitar duties.

Silverstein make a triumphant return in 2013 with a release that not only reflects their roots, but also explores new complexities not heard on prior releases. This Is How the Wind Shifts is arguably Silverstein’s most ambitious, mature, and progressive album to date. It is yet another concept album, similar to 2009’s A Shipwreck In The Sand, featuring fourteen ambitious tracks that clearly demonstrate the band’s growth and progression. The album opens with the heavy-hitting single Stand Amid the Roar

The seventh album from post-hardcore bar-raisers Silverstein is an ambitious triumph, weaving together a series of narratives told from differing perspectives on every track. For example, Massachusetts depicts a woman fleeing an abusive relationship, while "California" picks up on her mindset as she starts a new life. Naturally, Silverstein match their conceptual grandiosity with a sound as uplifting as it is heavy, vacillating between crushing pop-punk ("With Second Chances") and delicate, melancholy indie rock ("Arrivals").

1. Stand Amid The Roar. 2. On Brave Mountains We Conquer.

I just want to feel safe (I want to be loved by someone) Again, and I just want to stay calm forever (I didn't want to be so scared). This wind changed me (I used to care, I used to believe) This wind changed me. More on Genius. About This Is How the Wind Shifts. Track 21 off of Silverstein’s This Is How the Wind Shifts: Addendum. It’s the two songs This Is How and The Wind Shifts played simultaneously. As stated by Shane Told about the two tracks: I’ve grouped these tracks together because they were written and recorded simultaneously

Stand Amid the Roar, 03:04. On Brave Mountains We Conquer, 02:36. Massachusetts, 02:57. With Second Chances, 03:43. I Will Illuminate, 03:45. Kill the Lights, 03:51. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.

This Is How the Wind Shifts’ is Silverstein’s sixth album. Most post-hardcore bands are enjoying less commercial success at the moment. This Is How The Wind Shifts’ is a concept album about duality, partnering songs from two different outcomes