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It's OK

I must confess I prefer what NATW was in the beginning. I felt in love with the band when I heard the first album, Peaceful the world lays me down, but "Heart of Nowhere" is OK, I really like it!

Buy it!!!!

Why this band hasn't blown up huge is very simple. It's too good! Lyrics and tunes are too upbeat and smart for the majority/pop scene. Keep it up NATW!!!

Gorgeous

I've been waiting for this album for over 2 years. Noah and the Whale, you have done it again with your classic orchestral elements and the 80's vibes.
My favorite songs are the introduction, Heart of Nowhere, Lifetime, Silver and Gold, There Will Come a Time, and Not Too Late.

Thank you NatW for your inspirational messages and your killer indie-rock beat.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Noah and the Whale became a leading light in the British folk scene with the release of 2008's Peaceful, the World Lays Me Down, their popular debut that cracked the U.K. Top Ten and spawned the hit single "5 Years Time." Formed in the southern suburbs of London, the band also attracted attention by serving as a launching pad for Laura Marling, who left the lineup to 2008 to launch an award-winning solo career. Noah and the Whale forged...
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