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Live at The Music Hall Of Williamsburg

Beirut

Year: 2009

Runtime: 00:37:03

Summer 2011 saw the release of The Rip Tide on Condons own Pompeii Label, Beiruts first proper LP since The Flying Club Cup. Written in isolation during a snowy upstate winter, the album marked a stark change in emotional direction, that is to say, inward. Reflecting less on the travels and travails borne of the wanderlust struck musician, instead, The Rip Tide has crystallized the sounds of Beiruts past into a cohesive and remarkable whole, all while maintaining the unmistakable aesthetic that has brought them around the world, and home again.

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Alternative, Folk, Indie

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Folk, Indie, Alternative, Electronic, Rock, Pop

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