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The Lumineers — Stubborn Love
Album: The Lumineers
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Released: 2012
Length: 4:31
Plays (last 30 days): 1
She'll lie and steal and cheat, and beg you from her knees
Make you thinks she means it this time
She'll tear a hole in you, the one you can't repair
But I still love her, I don't really care

When we were young, oh oh, we did enough
When it got cold, ooh ooh, we bundled up
I cant be told, ah ah it can't be done

It's better to feel pain, than nothing at all
The opposite of love's indifference
Pay attention now, I'm standing on your porch screaming out
And I won't leave until you come downstairs

So keep your head up, keep your love
keep your head up, my love
Keep your head up, my love
Keep your head up, keep your love

I don't blame ya dear for running like you did, all these years
I would do the same, your best believe
The highway signs say we're close, but I don't read those things anymore
I never trusted my own eyes

When we were young oh oh, we did enough
When it got cold, ooh ooh we bundled up
I can't be told, ah ah, can't be done

So keep your head up, keep your love
keep your head up, my love
Keep your head up, my love
keep your head up, keep your love
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 Steely_D wrote:
I really hate songs with constructed crowd sing along portions like this one. It's become a lazy construct.

Yes, plenty of my favorite songs have places to sing along, like Hey Jude. But this feels so manipulative. 

I haven't heard it in a while so I was happy to hear it, plus they are from Denver where I live.  
 

 sirdroseph wrote:
Saw them on Colbert, color me not impressed.{#Snooty}Stop listing to the radio or TV, attend a concert.
 

Not a fan of the hey-ho mucho audience participation bands. I paid to see you perform and you're making me sing?
 Proclivities wrote:


It seems a good portion of their material includes that construct, in addition to that horribly ubiquitous "millennial whoop" trope.
 

Agree completely and frankly I can't tell these guys apart from Mumford sons, Avett brothers.  All interchangeable to me. 
 Steely_D wrote:
I really hate songs with constructed crowd sing along portions like this one. It's become a lazy construct.

Yes, plenty of my favorite songs have places to sing along, like Hey Jude. But this feels so manipulative. 
 

It seems a good portion of their material includes that construct, in addition to that horribly ubiquitous "millennial whoop" trope.
 
 fatcatjb wrote:
I am really sick of this song

  

patrick30 wrote:

Me too, was a great night at the pub yesterday!!

 

{#Lol}
 ezzyme wrote:
Wow, could they repeat that just one more time? HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP,

 
What? Could you please repeat?   {#Stop}
 fatcatjb wrote:
I am really sick of this song

 
I really haven't heard this song very much (here or on the radio), but I don't think very much of it either, so I guess it all works out.
I really hate songs with constructed crowd sing along portions like this one. It's become a lazy construct.

Yes, plenty of my favorite songs have places to sing along, like Hey Jude. But this feels so manipulative. 
This is one damn fine song ♡ reminds me of summer, sunshine and Glastonbury festival!!!!!
 fatcatjb wrote:
I am really sick of this song

 
Me too, was a great night at the pub yesterday!!
 ezzyme wrote:
Wow, could they repeat that just one more time? HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP,

 
"HEAD UP"
 wrangler wrote: 
Very funny...Makes me wonder...did we start this ?  Mumford IS an RP band afterall.  Or was.
Wow, could they repeat that just one more time? HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP, HEAD UP,
still a favorite.........
Mumford much?
I am really sick of this song
 Imkirok wrote:

Just because you hear it on the radio doesn't mean it's bad music.

 

No, but it is a damn good indicator unless it is a college radio station.
 BoulderKevin wrote:
In the immortal words of Wayne and Garth, if I hear this song one more time I think I'm going to hurl. Is this RP or Top 40 radio?...

 
Just because you hear it on the radio doesn't mean it's bad music.
Exactly WHEN did Elbow get old? {#Eh}

 
pk53 wrote:
Good for now, but could get old like cake, Mumford, elbow, Avett, etc...

 


Saw them on Colbert, color me not impressed.{#Snooty}
In the immortal words of Wayne and Garth, if I hear this song one more time I think I'm going to hurl. Is this RP or Top 40 radio?...
The technical name for street lights is "luminaires."  Wonder if they misspelled something.
we're a mumford band!  {#Cowboy}

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=as4O2ZorKP8

Heard about the Lumineers early Thanks to one of our local blogs.  Always thought this was one of the best songs.   Commercial radio pretty much killed Ho-Hey
 treatment_bound wrote:

I think they sound more like Lumin & Sons. 

 
seems like there are numerous bands going after that sound.  5 and drifting down.
This one is growing on me  ..
 ottovonb wrote:

Yep, it's like the Mumfordeers.

 
I think they sound more like Lumin & Sons. 
 kingart wrote:
A well meaning song that repeats its hook, and after numerous hearings becomes monotonous and then annoying.  

 
Yes, indeed.
 Nobb wrote:
It's better to feel pain than nothing at all ? Like U2, These kids don't know whatr they're talking about ...

 
From the appropriately named Nobb.
 colleen wrote:
This is basic Celtic-roots rock — I grew up on it in Nova Scotia — so to say it is derivative of Mumford isn't fair — for some of us, it is our hometown music.

 
Nothing wrong with being compared with Mumford OR Phil Phillips....
It's better to feel pain than nothing at all ? Like U2, These kids don't know whatr they're talking about ...
 sirdroseph wrote:
Nothing wrong with it, but everyone is playing this kind of music now blends into the woodwork, all of these bands are blending together blase blase.{#Yawn}

 
Yep, it's like the Mumfordeers.
A well meaning song that repeats its hook, and after numerous hearings becomes monotonous and then annoying.  
 pk53 wrote:
Good for now, but could get old like cake, Mumford, elbow, Avett, etc...
 
What is Elbow doing in that list? Their music is nothing like this. And they've been around for 10 years.
 sirdroseph wrote:
Nothing wrong with it, but everyone is playing this kind of music now blends into the woodwork, all of these bands are blending together blase blase.{#Yawn}

 
I agree.
Nothing wrong with it, but everyone is playing this kind of music now blends into the woodwork, all of these bands are blending together blase blase.{#Yawn}
Play on RP! Great tune. I love it, you've been playing great music this morning. You can count on my continued support.
Good !
braziiiillll ! 
Great tune, one of my favorites. Thanks radio paradise!
 Agree.

coachc wrote:
Less annoying the M&S, but still not very good. Like the Avett's best of this genre.

pk53 wrote:
Good for now, but could get old like cake, Mumford, elbow, Avett, etc...
 
 


indeed, nice song but getting annoying from all the overplay

sqqqrly wrote:
Played to death
 


is this song on a car commercial or something?

i agree, much nicer than avett's or m&s. 
Less annoying the M&S, but still not very good. Like the Avett's best of this genre.

pk53 wrote:
Good for now, but could get old like cake, Mumford, elbow, Avett, etc...
 


This is basic Celtic-roots rock — I grew up on it in Nova Scotia — so to say it is derivative of Mumford isn't fair — for some of us, it is our hometown music.
Played to death
Good for now, but could get old like cake, Mumford, elbow, Avett, etc...
There is another mumford wannabe out there for all you radio junkies like me who like won American Idol or something and you know what? it's really good better than this even.  {#Cheesygrin}
 Chi_Editrix wrote:
Yep, this one is growing on me, too.
 
Same here. Just moved from a 7 to an 8.
What a voice. It's best when he's belting it out.
Yep, this one is growing on me, too.
 rdo wrote:
Sounds like mumford.
 



..it does sorta, sans the wall of banjo..i'm not gonna hold it against the Lumie's, though (besides Mumford doesn't irk me as much as some)..

..nice enough lyricality & varied tuneage here (imho)..
The more I hear it the more it sounds like Mumford...which is NOT a good thing.  My rating is sliding...
 LifeIsMusic wrote:
I love this song. Great energy. {#Jump}
 
Indeed
Sounds a bit Florence-and-the-Machine-ish (except the singer is a bloke). Not bad on a first listen though.
I love this song. Great energy. {#Jump}
This one has grown on me. Love the energy in the drums. Solid 8 for me.
Thanks for turning me onto them. I've been listening to this song everyday recently.
 rdo wrote:
Sounds like mumford.
 
Yup, 'cept without the faux Dave Mathews voice.
So many verses too long it's not funny.  Solid 2
Marginal- Mediocre
 rdo wrote:
Sounds like mumford.
 
Agreed.  The first couple chords always fake me out the same way, and I go dashing for the mute/PSD button.  Not quite as painful as M&S though; I can just tolerate.
 rdo wrote:
Sounds like mumford.
 
How could you say that?  Obviously Tom Petty.
Sounds like mumford.
totally diggin these folks can't wait to hear more on RP
Hey, this locally-based band is ON THE RISE! and what a positive, energetic, catchy sound they have going here!  Thanks, RP!
How refreshing.  Great lyrics and organic sound.  Go RP!  8{#Hug}
 lily34 wrote:
it's getting played daily...
 
yep. helped me rating it up from 7 —> 9. I like the Lumineers.
 bougui wrote:
This king of music make RP unique !
 



I have no idea what your saying my French Canadian friend but goddamn, I like the way you say it!
Loved seeing them at HSB12 in SF.  the Rooster Stage audience loved them, and when everyone sang along it was so perfect!
 Euskadita wrote:
 wrockpommel16 wrote:
....start with a 7......think,its gonna be 8 after next hearing....
 
I also got it on 8 now, but maybe will settle again on 7....
 
Just bumped 7 to 8
This king of music make RP unique !
Reminds me of my ex-wife
it's getting played daily...
Has an Edwin Sharpe and Monsters and Men sound. I like it. And maybe it's a lot like what Arcade Fire *should* sound like if they weren't busy creating such a racket. 
The more I hear from these guys the more they move up the board of awesome.  
I LOVE this song…great band :)
 
 wrockpommel16 wrote:
....start with a 7......think,its gonna be 8 after next hearing....
 
I also got it on 8 now, but maybe will settle again on 7....
"Ho Hey" off this album is getting substantial air play here in SB. 8.
*Plays in last 30 days: 10*......REALLY????.......first time for me........
....start with a 7......think,its gonna be 8 after next hearing....
I like the style and the sound and the song and well I guess what I'm trying to say is I like this.
His voice and phrasing in spots sounds like old Tom Chocrane. Similar to in the song "Boy inside the man"
Oh I like this!
 Nerubo wrote:
"The opposite of love is indifference."  Nice- perhaps a reference to "The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference" from Elie Wiesel.
 
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this is growing on me.


"The opposite of love is indifference."  Nice- perhaps a reference to "The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference" from Elie Wiesel.
I like this segment of the music being performed today-almost takes it back to the golden 60's-70's   {#Good-vibes}
Great new stuff.  Thanks Bill!!
Works for me, especially with the segue to the Church's "Under the Milky Way."  Good show, Bill.