Anberlin: Cities

If you haven’t checked out this album already, I strongly suggest you do.

Anberlin: Cities

Track Listing:
1. (Debut)
2. Godspeed
3. Adelaide
4. A Whisper and A Clamor
5. The Unwinding Cable Car
6. There Is No Mathematics To Love And Loss
7. Hello Alone
8. Reclusion
9. Alexithymia
10. Inevitable
11. Dismantle Repair
12. (*Fin)

Produced by: Aaron Sprinkle
Anberlin are: Stephen Christian – vocals Deon Rexroat – bass Nathan Strayer – guitarJoseph Milligan – guitar Nathan Young – drums
Release Date: February 20, 2007

I first fell in love with this band 2 years ago with one of their older singles. They weren’t a really huge band back then even, but with the release of this absolutely amazing third album, their fan base has greatly increased. If you haven’t checked out the album already, please do so: After listening to the first two tracks on the album, the second being their first single released off of it, you’ll understand why people are loving the guys of Anberlin so much.
Vocalist Stephen Christian’s voice is honestly like no other I’ve heard in my life. Music today needs some originality and some truth to the lyrics, and Anberlin has just that.
I know that many people have already heard a couple tracks if not the whole album since it’s release date but if you haven’t just check out the video below and you’ll see what I’m talking about.
We need more Anberlin groups out there. No doubt.

The video is a song called ‘There is no mathetics to Love and loss” ^

And for all of you already-Anberlin fans, give that album a listen again. I think every time I listen to the songs they get better. In particular, one of their bonus tracks ‘*fin’ is probably one of my all time favorite songs. It’s almost a 9 minute song but every second of it is perfect.
Most importantly… SHARE the Anberlin Love!

ALSO: If you happen to love Anberlin or give them a listen and love them after reading this… Check out their newest album, LOST SONGS. It is a compilation of songs that didn’t fit on older albums as well as acoustic versions of some of their older stuff. Of course, I love it.
Buy the albums. Give them as gifts.
This band is worth the time!


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