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By John Wenzel, The Denver Post | Like the paperwhite flowers her grandmother mails her each Christmas, Julie Davis surprised herself during the pandemic with a cloistered sort of resiliency, despite periods of intense self-doubt.

The flowers “start growing as the days get longer,” said Davis, a Denver indie musician known for projects such as Bela Karoli, Fairchildren (with longtime collaborator Nathaniel Rateliff) and Bluebook. “I was so depressed last Christmas I didn’t take them out of the box. When I finally opened it, I noticed that they had already started growing in the dark.”

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https://www.denverpost.com/2022/01/14/denver-music-2022-new-album-releases-colorado/

jwenzel@denverpost.com

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Good to see Colorado’s The Lumineers on CBS Saturday Morning, January 15th, with a release of songs from their 4th new studio album “Brightside”. They performed “Where We Are” and “A.M. Radio.”

Produced by longtime collaborator Simone Felice and produced, mixed, and engineered by David Baron over two sessions in winter and spring 2021 at Baron’s Sun Mountain Studios in bucolic Boiceville, NY, Brightside marks The Lumineers’ first new music in more than two years as well as the band’s most joyous and spontaneous piece of work thus far. The nine-song collection sees The Lumineers’ co-founders/co-songwriters Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites performing virtually all of the eclectic, effervescent instrumentation, with Baron on a wide variety of keyboards and backing vocals and more by Simone Felice, touring members Byron Isaacs and Lauren Jacobson, famed backing singer Cindy Mizelle (Bruce Springsteen, Dave Matthews Band), The Felice Brothers’ James Felice, and acclaimed singer-songwriter Diana DeMuth.

Track List:
Brightside
A.M. Radio
Where We Are
Birthday
Big Shot
Never Really Mine
Roller Coaster
Remington
Reprise

http://www.thelumineers.com

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