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  • Audio CD (6 May 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B00BY0EU1K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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Noah and the Whale's fourth studio album, Heart of Nowhere, is the follow-up to platinum-selling Last Night on Earth. The album features the exuberant single "There Will Come a Time" alongside nine other new songs, including the Anna Calvi-featuring title track.

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Format: Audio CD
Having loved the bands previous album, "Last night on Earth", I've been eagerly waiting for "Heart of Nowhere" and now that's its finally with us I am truly not disappointed. Whilst, for me, not being quite as good as "last night"..its superb. Every track, in the bands very own distinctive style, is a gem with lyrics that are both entertaining and thought provoking. "I was looking for a harvest but only found silver and gold"! A good mix of up beat, up tempo and slow moving melodies. Its true that most of the songs aren't as easy to join in as some on last night and that album remains one of my fav of all time but the new work is certainly growing on me and I have to say that I love it. Well done lads - fantastic stuff.

Just wanted to add that I saw the Band in concert at the Palace Theatre on Sunday 19th of May 2013 - fantastic evening. If you get a chance to see them live - do so! And..get this album, in-fact, get all of their albums!
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A great shock to hear the band have split up so this is their fourth and last album. Rockier and less folk influenced than their first three albums their are some really fine melodic songs on Heart of nowhere including the title track and the brilliant All through the Night. The theme of time features strongly ( Lifetime, There will come a time, Now is exactly the time) with no weak songs. A fitting legacy to a great and original band
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By Brit Boy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 3 April 2014
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Continuing on from the same style that made 'Last Day on Earth' such a class album, Noah and the Whale's fourth does not disappoint.

I bought 'Heart of Nowhere' a few days ago and have had it on repeat ever since. Once again, the guys' quirky, upbeat music is instantly catchy, with tunes that will make me smile and stay with you throughout the rest of day.

Best tracks include 'All Through The Night', 'Lifetime', 'Silver And Gold', 'One More Night' and 'Not Too Late'.

A pleasure to listen to anytime!
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Lets keep this simple. NATW once again deliver the goods. The new release is slightly more mellow but well worthy of a 4+ star rating. Good stuff and well worth it. There is something about NATW which always makes me smile. cheers boys, nice one!!
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This being their fourth album, NATW started life pushing the popular boundaries of folk and summertime pop with Peaceful... before getting depressingly arty via First Days of Spring and then courting student mainstream pop with Last Night on Earth.
This latest offering follows on in the same vein as Last night... indeed, some of these songs could of come from the same sessions. Unfortunately, that's where the similiarity ends. Whereas Last Night sounded fresh - at least in Noah terms - this platter comes across as laboured and short on ideas with latest single, There Will Come A Time being the only stand out track, a poor return for a band who up till now have had the catchy refrain market all but sewn up. The opening number is little more than pretencious filler leaning to the cinematic influences of First Days.. What follows is poor and forgettable when compared alongside the earlier NATW back catalogue. The only saving grace of this album is that it is mercifully short, which as previous reviewers have pointed out is hardly good value, in this case, neither in monetary or audio terms.
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..as their previous album "The Last Night on Earth", their sound certainly has not changed much from then, but whereas that album is a joy to listen to from start to finish, this one for me only picks up from the fourth song Lifeline but from there to the end it is stocked full of their melodic stories, just not quite as catchy. Even so, well worth the purchase and it amazes me that this group in their career should only have managed two hit singles and one platinum-selling album - so go and buy it!!!
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The first album is great, still listen to it in full regularly. 2nd Album is a masterpeice, 3rd is lots of fun, but this 4th album sounds like a b-side to their 3rd album, has the same feel, but without any of the great tracks. Gutted.
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Why I love NATW? I think one of the reason is their music is sincere, is what they want to express in their inner heart. From their melancholy sophomore to cheerful and positive 3rd, now NATW present the nostagic 4th, which recalls their adolescence.
If you have been looking to lyrics such as Mumford & Sons, at first glance, they are recondite, hard to understand and easy to join, but after your passion dies away, you will find nothing meaningful when you look back. However, the lines in NATW are story-telling style and may touch your inner side. Words is an indispensible part of music!
With the thought-provoking lyrics and crafted melodies, I think this record will find an permanent place in your CD collection.
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