Wednesday, September 12, 2012


"The Carpenter" is The Avett Brothers seventh studio album which came out Sept. 11th. Once again, they did not disappoint. They wrote another series of catchy and hook-filled anthems that represent a range of emotions. There are six songs that I can't stop listening to: "The Once And Future Carpenter", "Live And Die", "Winter In My Heart", "I Never Knew You", "Through My Prayers", and "February Seven". So many of these songs hit me on a personal level. Each time I listen, I fall in love with each track. The Avett Brothers have been around for a while and this album shows that they still know how to write. Give "The Carpenter" a listen. You may find some meaning in it like I did. You may even love it. 

*Check out their website, their are a few videos of the brothers telling the story behind a couple of the songs on the album. 

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