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With Arrows, With Poise (Bonus Track Version)

The Myriad

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Hi Pascal:)

I'll liked the music of this album too. Young interesting group, evolution to follow. I bought the album ''Twilight'' of Future of Forestery, you know? I believe that you would like also. Give me news!

Céline

Solid

This is a very solid album and deserves recognition. Glad I came across these guys.

Great sound!

These guys have put together a very unique and accessible album. There's enough variety to have you keep coming back to listen again and again. I highly recommend this band; if you're still unsure of whether or not to get it, check out the song Holiest of Thieves. Epic.

Biography

Formed: Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Taking cues from Muse, Coldplay, and even the Bravery, Seattle alt-rock outfit the Myriad began with university students Jeremy Edwardson and John Roger Schofield. Determined to start a band in which all members had equal artistic input, the duo recruited Randy Miller, Jonathan Young, and Steven Tracy to join them in the endeavor. Their debut album, You Can't Trust a Ladder, was released in 2005. The Myriad's biggest boost came in December 2007, when the band won MTV2's Dew Circuit Breakout competition....
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