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Ward Thomas, the first and only UK Country act to achieve a No 1 album with 2016's Gold selling Cartwheels, are back. After the brilliant lockdown album release of Invitation, the Hampshire- duo return with Music In The Madness - their fifth studio album. Trust Ward Thomas to look for light in troubled times. Music In The Madness, the twins' remarkable fifth album, is both a harmony-soaked balm for shattered souls and an uplifting reminder of what really matters. Love, family, unity and the healing power of music are recurrent themes on an album begun as war broke out in Ukraine and the world went into a post-Covid tailspin. While most of us struggled to sit through the news, Catherine and Lizzy did as they have for a decade-wrote songs to make sense of what they were seeing. "In Ukraine in particular we witnessed these wonderful, moving moments of music in the madness," says Catherine. "Soldiers singing the national anthem and getting married on the front line. The viral video of the girl in a bomb shelter singing Let It Go. In times of crisis, music matters even more. That's what we set out to celebrate. A trip to Nashville in February-the Hampshire sisters' second home since they recorded their debut in the city while still at school-nailed the spirit of the album.
Ward Thomas, the first and only UK Country act to achieve a No 1 album with 2016's Gold selling Cartwheels, are back. After the brilliant lockdown album release of Invitation, the Hampshire- duo return with Music In The Madness - their fifth studio album. Trust Ward Thomas to look for light in troubled times. Music In The Madness, the twins' remarkable fifth album, is both a harmony-soaked balm for shattered souls and an uplifting reminder of what really matters. Love, family, unity and the healing power of music are recurrent themes on an album begun as war broke out in Ukraine and the world went into a post-Covid tailspin. While most of us struggled to sit through the news, Catherine and Lizzy did as they have for a decade-wrote songs to make sense of what they were seeing. "In Ukraine in particular we witnessed these wonderful, moving moments of music in the madness," says Catherine. "Soldiers singing the national anthem and getting married on the front line. The viral video of the girl in a bomb shelter singing Let It Go. In times of crisis, music matters even more. That's what we set out to celebrate. A trip to Nashville in February-the Hampshire sisters' second home since they recorded their debut in the city while still at school-nailed the spirit of the album.
5052442023128

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 03/10/2023
UPC: 5052442023128

Music In The Madness (Uk)
Artist: Ward Thomas
Format: CD
New: OUT OF STOCK. Contact us for availability.
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DISC: 1

1. Music in the Madness
2. Next to You
3. All Over Again
4. If It All Ends Today
5. Justice ; Mercy
6. America
7. Love Does
8. Joan of Arc
9. I Think I Hate You
10. Unravel
11. Loved By You
12. Flower Crowns

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Ward Thomas, the first and only UK Country act to achieve a No 1 album with 2016's Gold selling Cartwheels, are back. After the brilliant lockdown album release of Invitation, the Hampshire- duo return with Music In The Madness - their fifth studio album. Trust Ward Thomas to look for light in troubled times. Music In The Madness, the twins' remarkable fifth album, is both a harmony-soaked balm for shattered souls and an uplifting reminder of what really matters. Love, family, unity and the healing power of music are recurrent themes on an album begun as war broke out in Ukraine and the world went into a post-Covid tailspin. While most of us struggled to sit through the news, Catherine and Lizzy did as they have for a decade-wrote songs to make sense of what they were seeing. "In Ukraine in particular we witnessed these wonderful, moving moments of music in the madness," says Catherine. "Soldiers singing the national anthem and getting married on the front line. The viral video of the girl in a bomb shelter singing Let It Go. In times of crisis, music matters even more. That's what we set out to celebrate. A trip to Nashville in February-the Hampshire sisters' second home since they recorded their debut in the city while still at school-nailed the spirit of the album.
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