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This September, the Athens, GA and Nashville, TN four-piece White Violet returns with their sophomore effort Stay Lost. A more upbeat sequel to the band's dreamy and dark debut Hiding, Mingling, the new record was tracked in Kernersville, NC, with master engineer Scott Solter (Centro-Matic, Spoon, Superchunk). What sets Stay Lost apart from previous releases is that this is not the sole brainchild of singer/songwriter Nate Nelson. The eleven new songs find a finely honed, battle-worn lineup collectively exploring the wide-open soundscapes that one belonged to Nelson alone.
This September, the Athens, GA and Nashville, TN four-piece White Violet returns with their sophomore effort Stay Lost. A more upbeat sequel to the band's dreamy and dark debut Hiding, Mingling, the new record was tracked in Kernersville, NC, with master engineer Scott Solter (Centro-Matic, Spoon, Superchunk). What sets Stay Lost apart from previous releases is that this is not the sole brainchild of singer/songwriter Nate Nelson. The eleven new songs find a finely honed, battle-worn lineup collectively exploring the wide-open soundscapes that one belonged to Nelson alone.
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Stay Lost [Download Included]
Artist: White Violet
Format: Vinyl
New: Available In Store $18.99 $12.72 ON SALE
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Weighs
2. Stay Lost
3. Fernandina
4. All That I Ve Become
5. Grow Tall
6. Topical
7. The Alarmist
8. Mystery
9. Calendar 1
10. Autumn Grove 1
11. Thankfully

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This September, the Athens, GA and Nashville, TN four-piece White Violet returns with their sophomore effort Stay Lost. A more upbeat sequel to the band's dreamy and dark debut Hiding, Mingling, the new record was tracked in Kernersville, NC, with master engineer Scott Solter (Centro-Matic, Spoon, Superchunk). What sets Stay Lost apart from previous releases is that this is not the sole brainchild of singer/songwriter Nate Nelson. The eleven new songs find a finely honed, battle-worn lineup collectively exploring the wide-open soundscapes that one belonged to Nelson alone.
        
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