Smith & Myers - Volume 1 & 2 [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Milky Clear 2LP] | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. NOT MAD ENOUGH
2. ROCKIN’ IN THE FREE WORLD
3. THE WEIGHT OF IT ALL
4. BETTER NOW
5. PANIC!
6. NEVER TEAR US APART
7. COAST TO COAST
8. VALERIE
9. SINCE YOU WERE MINE
10. UNCHAINED MELODY

DISC: 2

1. BAD AT LOVE
2. BAD GUY
3. NEW SCHOOL SHIVER
4. SLEDGEHAMMER
5. GBL GBD
6. REBEL YELL
7. LIKE YOU NEVER LEFT
8. LOSING MY RELIGION
9. ONE MORE TIME
10. DON’T LOOK BACK IN ANGER

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With two hearts and one truth, lifelong musicians, longstanding friends, and eternal brothers Brent Smith and Zach Myers put forth a body of work encompassing vulnerability, fearlessness, honesty, outrage, love, and understanding. Smith & Myers, produced byGRAMMY Award-winner and longtime collaborator Dave Bassett, is the duo’s first full-length album and first original music since releasing a pair of acoustic cover EPs, Acoustic Sessions, Part 1 and Acoustic Sessions, Part 2, in 2014 when fans first fell in the love with the magic that is created between Brent and Zach in the studio and on stage, leading to Smith & Myers live shows that instantly sold out. With no boundaries on what their songwriting could discuss on the new album, Brent and Zach explore everything from certain personal topics that they have left largely unexplored until now, to commentary on children being ripped from their parents at the border, to the reactive nature of social media, to our national reckoning with racial and systemic injustice– focusing not on politics, but on right and wrong and our connection as human beings.