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Album Review: William Ryan Key ‘Virtue’

Virtue: behavior showing high moral standards. William Ryan Key‘s Virtue album: auditory collection showing high musical standards. The six track EP, Virtue will be released via Lone Tree Recordings on Nov.30, following the release of his debut solo EP Thirteen in May. This follow-up shows growth, adding layers that the first acoustic, stripped-down release didn’t exhibit. The first track, “The Same Destination” unveils Virtue as a soft, melancholic feel — less high-octane, shredding violins (that Yellowcard fans grew fond of), more contemplative lyrics and a sense of growing older; more introspective. Being a piano-driven instrumental…

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Frank Turner Releases The Weakerthans “Plea For A Cat Named Virtue” Cover

Frank Turner has released a cover of The Weakerthans “Plea For A Cat Named Virtue” for a composition album, Skate Punk For South Bank. You can buy a copy of the composition for MP3, FLAC, and other formats here and you can also listen to Frank Turner’s cover after the jump. You can buy concert tickets here or purchase a CD here.   Please follow and like us:

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