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8 thoughts on “ Graceless - The National - Trouble Will Find Me (File, Album)

  1. I’ve had it on regular rotation since quarantine started, such a wonderful song. I think it’s easily grown to be my favorite The National song. “Gospel” and “Fake Empire” also have a very “enjoy your life in the comfort of your home” vibe. This album has really made life indoors much more tolerable for me.
  2. The National: 'Trouble Will Find Me,' New Album, Out In May FILE - This May 21, file photo shows Matt Berninger, of the band The National, performing during a concert in Los Angeles. The Tribeca Film Festivall announced Thursday that “Mistaken for Strangers,” which documents the National on tour, will premiere April
  3. Trouble Will Find Me, is that album that forced a band into the spotlight, the melodies flame high over its vocals, allowing for a new sound for The National, that is the only noticeable difference here from other The National albums Vocals are as they have always been, hushed by .
  4. In , the band released its sixth studio album, Trouble Will Find Me, which was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. In the band released the album Sleep Well Beast, which won the Grammy award for Best Alternative Music Album at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
  5. Aug 26,  · Just come and find me God loves everybody, don't remind me I took the medicine, and I went missing Just let me hear your voice, just let me listen [Verse 2] Graceless I .
  6. May 17,  · Trouble Will Find Me is the sixth studio album by American indie rock band The National, released on May 17, on 4AD. Produced by band members Aaron and Bryce Dessner, the album features.
  7. Features Song Lyrics for The National's Trouble Will Find Me album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  8. May 17,  · Editors’ Notes Since The National's debut, the world-weary baritone of frontman and songwriter Matt Berninger has become one of the most compelling voices in Brooklyn’s well-groomed indie scene, begging comparisons to darkly tempered rock outsiders like Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen. The follow-up to ’s celebrated High Violet is a set of beautifully produced contemplations on.

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