11 Songs, 37 Minutes

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3:23
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3:33
2:09
2:49
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3:32

Customer Reviews

Great Song!

TommyGirl6845

Really enjoy her voice and the "feel" of the song. Song builds as it chugs along. Thirty is the song name.

More going on than you think

JimOzzz

Normally I listen to louder punk stuff but this album is very good. She writes great lyrics and controls the rhythm and flow of the vocals in impressive ways. Thirty and Complicit are the two best songs here.

About The Weather Station

The Weather Station is the musical project of Canadian singer/songwriter and actress Tamara Lindeman. Emerging out of Toronto's vibrant folk scene, Lindeman debuted her moody, introspective sound with the independently released East EP in 2008. An LP called The Line followed in 2009, expanding on Lindeman's earthy, lyrical style, driven by her distinctive fingerpicked guitar and banjo parts. For the next Weather Station release, Lindeman worked with friend and collaborator Daniel Romano, signing with his You've Changed Records label to release the critically acclaimed follow-up, All of It Was Mine, in 2011. Though the album was only released in Canada, it gained wider exposure for the Weather Station, leading to several North American tours with acts like Bahamas, Basia Bulat, and Timber Timbre, as well as a tour of Japan. In addition to collaborative guest appearances on releases by Doug Paisley, Siskiyou, and Field Report, Lindeman earned a SOCAN Songwriting Prize nomination in 2013 for a co-write with Steven Lambke of the Constantines. After the release of 2014's What Am I Going to Do with Everything I Know EP, Lindeman signed with North Carolina label Paradise of Bachelors and traveled to Paris to record her third LP, Loyalty. Released in 2015, Loyalty was the first Weather Station album to receive both American and European release, and consequently became somewhat of a critical breakout album. Lindeman followed up in September 2017 with an eponymously titled LP that saw an expansion of the Weather Station sound into more rock-oriented territory. ~ Timothy Monger

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