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Thursday, August 13, 2020

The Lawrence Arms - "Quiet Storm" [Rock & Alternative]

Quiet Storm

"Quiet Storm" music video by The Lawrence Arms
Added: 13-08-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : The Lawrence Arms - "Quiet Storm"

"Quiet Storm" by The Lawrence Arms from the album 'Skeleton Coast,' available now

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A Preative Production @thepreative
Starring Neil Hennessy
Written by The Lawrence Arms @thelawrencearms
Executive Producer Felicity Jayn Heath @felicityjayn
Producer Maddy Milburn @madmilb
Director of Photography Nick Giggins @li_giggz
VFX Max Colt @maxcoltt
Illustration Michael Cortada @mikechardcore

All songs written by The Lawrence Arms

Skeleton Coast was recorded January/February 2020 at Sonic Ranch on the Texas/Mexico border
Produced and Engineered by Matt “We doin’ pseudonyms on this record? No nicknames for me, please” Allison
Assisted by Mauro Castro and David Carreon



Founded around the turn of the millennium, Chicago pop-punk trio the Lawrence Arms built their reputation on tenacity, innovation, and a rock-solid blue-collar work ethic befitting their Midwestern origin. Boasting two distinctive yet complementary co-vocalists in bassist Brendan Kelly and guitarist Chris McCaughan, the band hit their stride in the mid-2000s as part of the Fat Wreck roster, releasing two surprisingly detailed albums in 2003's ambitious The Greatest Story Ever Told and 2006's more aggressive Oh! Calcutta!, the latter marking their first and only entry onto Billboard's Independent and Heatseekers charts. After some time away, the Lawrence Arms resurfaced on Epitaph Records and made an auspicious return with the 2014 standout Metropole. Another six years would pass before they issued the similarly conceptual Skeleton Coast.

Tags : 2020, 20s, The Lawrence Arms