Solace

by The Beatenpath

Richly textured production paired with lush, lyrically haunting prose, a unique blend of genres collide and coalesce into an aural feast of moody alternative pop.

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  1. 1 [Lyrics] Never Be the Same Again 05:23
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  2. 2 [Lyrics] I Heard Between 03:49
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  3. 3 [Lyrics] Grown Over 03:32
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  4. 4 [Lyrics] Waiting 05:05
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  5. 5 [Lyrics] Where I Rest - Sleep Now My Darling 07:43
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  6. 6 [Info] Nights On Broadway 05:01
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  7. 7 [Lyrics] Who Am I Then 03:50
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  8. 8 [Lyrics] Recluse 02:54
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  9. 9 [Lyrics] Nightmare Man 03:51
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  10. 10 [Lyrics] Lights Out 03:23
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The Beatenpath

From the first ominous strings of Facade it's immediately apparent that Gwen Beyer and Lena Boone's The Beatenpath is going to be an interesting ride. Produced and arranged by Lena Boone (who also co-writes and accompanies on multiple songs and instruments deftly). Gwen's lyrical prose strays from the titular ground. Wandering through exaltation, defeat a plenty with copious amounts of courage. This is a fearless chopping away at the deeper, darker trail.

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  1. 1 Free [Lyrics] A Dangerous Place 04:10
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  2. 2 Free [Lyrics] Circular Life 04:17
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  3. 3 Free [Lyrics] Only Way 02:38
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  4. 4 Free [Lyrics] I Have a Plan 04:02
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  5. 5 Free [Lyrics] Trouble 03:05
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  6. 6 Free [Lyrics] Bitter 02:19
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  7. 7 Free [Lyrics] I Am 04:48
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  8. 8 Free [Lyrics] Content 03:53
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  9. 9 Free [Lyrics] Facade 03:13
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  10. 10 Free [Lyrics] Anchor 04:37
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  11. 11 Free [Lyrics] Borrowed 03:28
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  12. 12 Free [Lyrics] Empty Blind Belief 06:20
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  13. 13 Free [Lyrics] Again 03:44
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