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Ever the nomad, in 2020 Ryan Karazija found himself someplace new with a piano. The batch of songs he wrote quickly coalesced into 'maybe tomorrow...' Collaborating with Mike Lindsay and Andrew Scheps (the same team since "0"), Low Roar's fifth full length studio album took shape. Ryan's voice as a singer and a songwriter comes through strongly, making this instantly recognizable as a Low Roar record, but there is also something new, with expansive arrangements, intricate vocals, live brass and ever-present wind chimes. Maybe tomorrow... is a beautiful record, meant to be listened to in one sitting, and it will transport you.
Ever the nomad, in 2020 Ryan Karazija found himself someplace new with a piano. The batch of songs he wrote quickly coalesced into 'maybe tomorrow...' Collaborating with Mike Lindsay and Andrew Scheps (the same team since "0"), Low Roar's fifth full length studio album took shape. Ryan's voice as a singer and a songwriter comes through strongly, making this instantly recognizable as a Low Roar record, but there is also something new, with expansive arrangements, intricate vocals, live brass and ever-present wind chimes. Maybe tomorrow... is a beautiful record, meant to be listened to in one sitting, and it will transport you.
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maybe tomorrow
Artist: Low Roar
Format: CD
New: Available $13.99
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DISC: 1

1. David
2. Sleep Peacefully
3. Fucked Up
4. Hummingbird
5. Fade Away
6. Burial Ground
7. Stay Calm, Keep Quiet
8. Everything To Lose
9. Captain
10. Bye Bye
11. Clareland
12. Everything To Lose (Single Edit)

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Ever the nomad, in 2020 Ryan Karazija found himself someplace new with a piano. The batch of songs he wrote quickly coalesced into 'maybe tomorrow...' Collaborating with Mike Lindsay and Andrew Scheps (the same team since "0"), Low Roar's fifth full length studio album took shape. Ryan's voice as a singer and a songwriter comes through strongly, making this instantly recognizable as a Low Roar record, but there is also something new, with expansive arrangements, intricate vocals, live brass and ever-present wind chimes. Maybe tomorrow... is a beautiful record, meant to be listened to in one sitting, and it will transport you.