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Thursday, March 12, 2020

M. Ward - "Unreal City" [Rock & Alternative]

Unreal City

"Unreal City" music video by M. Ward
Added: 12-03-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : M. Ward - "Unreal City"

"Unreal City" by M. Ward from the album 'Migration Stories,' available April 3
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M.Ward – vocals, guitars
Richard Reed Perry – backing vocals
Tim Kingsbury – bass, backing vocals, keys
Oliver Fairfield - drums
Amanda Lawrence – viola
Skip Von Kuske – cello
Anna Tivel – violin
Will Lee - percussion

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Both as a solo artist and as one-half of She & Him, M. Ward became one of the defining voices of the American indie landscape in the 2000s, earning fans and critical acclaim for his distinctive brand of breezy West Coast Americana which pulled from folk, country, blues, pop, and experimental indie rock elements. A mainstay of Merge Records' roster, Ward established himself with warm, analog-minded releases like 2003's Transfiguration of Vincent and 2006's Post-War before joining forces with singer/actress Zooey Deschanel to form the highly successful indie pop duo She & Him in 2008. Over the following decade, Ward split his time between projects, releasing a 2009 album with indie supergroup Monsters of Folk, several high-profile albums with Deschanel including She & Him's Columbia-issued 2014 set Classics, and critically acclaimed solo releases like 2009's Hold Time, 2012's A Wasteland Companion, and 2018's biting music industry commentary, What a Wonderful Industry.

Ward's ninth album, What a Wonderful Industry, offered a cynical, but hard-won take on the perils and often shady nature of the music industry.

Tags : 2020, 20s, M. Ward