EP68: The National
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Formed in 1999 amidst the garage rock revival, Brooklyn based quintet The National have been for decades showcasing their ability to evoke a range of emotions through their thought-provoking lyrics and evocative melodies. Throughout their nine albums in their discography, the band has built a loyal fan base & is praised by critics for their unique sound which combines elements of indie rock, folk music, electronica and post-rock. We go through their extensive repertoire picking out some essential tracks.
Bloodbuzz Ohio (High Violet)
Mistaken for Strangers (Boxer)
Mr November (Alligator)
Guilty Party (Sleep Well Beast)
You Had Your Soul With You (I Am Easy To Find)
The Alcott (feat. Taylor Swift) (First Two Pages Of Frankenstein)
Weird Goodbye (feat. Bon Iver)
Tropic Morning News (First Two Pages Of Frankenstein)
Anyone’s Ghost (High Violet)
Fake Empire (Boxer)
Produced by: Daryl Ong, Othniel Ting
Presented by: Daryl Ong, Othniel Ting
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