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The Days War

Lonely The Brave Audio CD
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Lonely The Brave hit the ground running in 2013. Having been a genuine phenomenon in Cambridge, but little known elsewhere before that point, the band didn't want to deliver anything other than the finished article when they entered further consciousness. They knew the value of being ready and so after a well received demo (so strong that Dan P Carter gave them a live session on Radio 1 as ... Read more in Amazon's Lonely The Brave Store

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  • Audio CD (1 Sep 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hassle
  • ASIN: B00J4DUKOK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,013 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Trick of the Light
3. Backroads
4. Islands
5. Dinosaurs
6. Deserter
7. Untitled
8. Kings of the Mountain
9. Victory Line
10. Black Saucers
11. The Blue, the Green
12. Intro
13. Call of Horses
14. Outro
15. Trick of the Light

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Lonely The Brave release their debut album, 'The Day's War', via Hassle Records.

"… stuffed with so many stand out moments that it feels like not just a force of nature, but a bold new blueprint for British Rock music." - Rock Sound

"The hype surrounding them is entirely justified… the start of something extraordinary for the band." - Kerrang!

"A band whose name will soon be up in lights, whether they like it or not." - NME "'The Day's War' is fit to bursting with anthems of disaffection that will keep them in festival slots for years to come." - Mojo

2013 proved to be a groundbreaking twelve months for the Cambridge five-piece, playing festivals such as Download and Reading & Leeds, supporting Bruce Springsteen at the Olympic Park and opening for Deftones, all alongside the release of their first EP, 'Backroads', to much critical acclaim.

2014 started with the band playing a number of European dates in France and Holland, followed by their first headline tour of the UK, including a sold out show at London's Cargo. With The Great Escape and Download, plus many further festival appearances scheduled along with the much anticipated release of 'The Day's War', 2014 will surely witness the continued, rapid ascent for an act that Rock Sound say they "wholeheartedly believe could become the biggest band on the planet."


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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars British Rock? It's back! 1 Sep 2014
Format:Audio CD
Lonely the Brave, hailing from Cambridge, have been sitting on this album for a while and I think that's what makes this debut album such a fantastic experience for the listener. British rock music is starting to rise from the ashes with (at the time of writing) Royal Blood's album sitting atop the album chart - this is, in my opinion, better.

Dave's (vocals) lyrics are haunting at times and suggest he has gone through some hard times but as the album continues you see an element of hope riding throughout. The lyrics are purely his work and you can see the amount of effort that has gone into this.

The music? Phenomenal. Songs like "Call for Horses" and "The Blue, The Green" are pure stadium rock where as "Dinosaurs" and "Kings of the Mountain" show that this band isn't just all about the sound but have a more melodic sound too.

You will also find some absolute belters on here that will make you pound the tarmac on a run or get a lot work done, namely "Islands" and "Black Saucers".

As debuts go, I haven't heard better in a very long time.

Lonely the Brave are going places and if there is one album that you pick up and think "maybe" this one isn't it - this is one that you should think "definitely" - it's brilliant.

On a side note, if you have the opportunity to see this band live then do it. Fantastic.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 3 Oct 2014
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Worth every penny. Brilliant
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5.0 out of 5 stars all killer, no filler. buy it now! 6 Sep 2014
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best album i've bought since i don't know when. i had heard 4 of the songs on the radio so i knew i'd love it but the rest of the songs are just as strong. all killer, no filler. oh, and what an incredible voice! everytime i hear this album i love it more.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An instant classic 7 Sep 2014
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It's been a few years coming, but here is a British band that could truly conquer the world with amazingly melodic and anthemic songs. A brilliant album from start to finish
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Having heard the singles I knew I would love this album and I do. Love the lyrics and the vocals.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 17 Oct 2014
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Great album from UK band. But it and support your local artists.
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I haven't ever reviewed an album on Amazon before, as I figure everyone has different tastes and musical interests. When I listened to this album however, I just knew that I had to write about it.

I am a comparative latecomer I guess to Lonely The Brave, having heard Backroads played by Huw Stevens on Radio 1 only a few weeks ago. As soon as I heard the song I was impressed, in a way I haven't been by a new band (to my hearing anyway) for quite some time. I immediately did the teenage groupie thing and went onto YouTube to check out any more of their songs, and wasn't disappointed.

When I finally got my hands on the album I wasn't disappointed. On the first listen through I was impressed by the differences between all the songs - there's nothing worse than an album that trades off the singles and has nothing more to support it. Each and every song on this album could easily be released as a single (excluding the obvious 'continuity' tracks Intro, Outro and Untitled). This hasn't changed with each time I've played it since (which is a lot!), and I don't skip a single track, which has never happened before that I can remember.

I initially thought that the production on the album let it down, with the sound not being as clear as it could have been, and after my first listen was a little bit disappointed by this, but playing it a second time I realised that the reverse was true. The raw sound of the album actually really enhances the powerful emotional vocals and instruments, to produce a proper authentic rock sound. If you close your eyes on some of the more anthemic tracks you could almost be at a live gig. And that's what I want in an album, especially from a rock band.
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