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Today’s Daily Dose is brought to you by Quiet Company from Austin, TX. This track (apart from having the longest title we’ve seen since Pink Floyd’s ‘Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict’) also has a great video which you can find in our featured section up on the right hand side, which you should definitely watch. Look, it’s over there! ————>
After the critically acclaimed release of their first record, “Shine Honesty,” Austin’s Quiet Company took to the road for over 200 shows all across the U.S. The video for “Fashionabel,” by Emmy Nominated Director Cameron McCasland, won several film festival awards and was added to rotation by MTV.ca. During that time songwriter Taylor Muse began recording demos that would later become “Everyone You Love Will Be Happy Soon.”
Soon after the tour, the band sought and achieved release from their agreement with Northern Records and began making plans to release their new record by themselves.
Now, almost three years in the making, they proudly present to you, “Everyone You Love Will Be Happy Soon.”
Lyrically, the record promises songs that will make you fall in love with life and then just as quickly challenge everything you know about it. With 15 songs equalling an hour of music, Quiet Company tells tales of love, death, and frustration with the world we’re forced to live in. Though always uplifting, the songs range from the raucously energetic to the beautifully intimate and never go without melodies that are immediately haunting and infectious. [Band website]
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