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Since The National's 2001 debut, the world-weary baritone of frontman and songwriter Matt Berninger has become one of the most compelling voices in Brooklyn’s well-groomed indie scene, begging comparisons to darkly tempered rock outsiders like Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen. The follow-up to 2010’s celebrated High Violet is a set of beautifully produced contemplations on shadowy love, self-destruction, and urban ennui. Chipper? Hardly. But songs like “Demons,” “Heavenfaced,” and “I Need My Girl” are impossible to shake.

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Their best one

Amazing melodies and lyrics and transitions that move your emotions. Get this album, listen to it on repeat, it'll fill you up.

Monochromatic

Huge fan for a long time so I was very disappointed that the new album lacks the verve and tonal variation the previous few albums did. This is very monochromatic in its tone with one notable exception being Sea of Love. Don't listen to this album if you are feeling depressed, it will make you want to Swallow the Cap.

Best Album I've ever heard in my life!

Every song is amazing!!!! Everything about this album is pure perfection! I've introduced this group to all my friends and they are all in love! ROCK ON!!!!!!

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although formed during the post-punk revival of the late '90s, the National took inspiration from a wider set of influences, including country-rock, Americana, indie rock, and Brit-pop. The lineup began taking shape in Ohio and officially cemented itself in New York, with baritone vocalist Matt Berninger joining forces with two sets of brothers -- Scott (bass) and Bryan Devendorf (drums), and Aaron (guitar) and Bryce Dessner (guitar). After establishing themselves as a live act, the bandmates made...
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