The Avett Brothers: “February Seven”

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I knew that after hearing “Live and Die” from the Avett Brothers, their newest album, The Carpenter, would have everything I loved about the Avett Brothers. The entire album is solid and there’s never a dull moment. Your ears will love you for giving them the auditory pleasure of listening to The Carpenter. “February Seven” is one of my favorites off the album, though my favorites are basically every song. It’s a very honest and real feeling song. It has a genuine aspect about it that’s captivating. Like the rest of the album, it’s very fulfilling. It gave me what I wanted out of a song just like the entire album gave me what I wanted out of the Avett Brothers. Stellar as always.

“I found as I regained my feet, A wound across my memory, That no amount of stitches would repair. But I awoke and you were standing there.”

Tour Dates:
12/31/2012 – Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex
03/01/2013 – Oslo, Norway @ Rockefeller
03/02/2013 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Debaser Medis
03/03/2013 – Malmö, Sweden @ KB
03/05/2013 – Hamburg, Germany @ Fabrik
03/06/2013 – Berlin, Germany @ Astra Kulturhaus
03/08/2013 – Munich, Germany @ Backstage
03/09/2013 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Kaufleuten
03/11/2013 – Cologne, Germany @ Burgerhaus Stollwerk
03/14/2013 – London, United Kingdom @ The Forum
03/16/2013 – Manchester, United Kingdom @ HMV Ritz
03/18/2013 – Dublin, Ireland @ The Button Factory


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