Free Places Song
2011-10-18 by Iamthe Nightstars | 5 Comments
Denver based pop rock band Places released a new song for free download. "The Fire" is the
single off of their sophomore album 'No More Wasted Days' which is set for an early 2012
release.
http://www.noisetrade.com/places
Tagged: Places

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deepintheorchard
October 19th 2011
644 Comments


This song is so fucking incredibly boring.

endtell
October 19th 2011
57 Comments


Not too bad. Nothing special and a tad repetitive/boring though.

dcha
October 19th 2011
990 Comments


These dumb ass bands have to stop with these band names.

Structures
Shapes
Places

Iamthe Nightstars
October 19th 2011
2282 Comments


It isn't anything too special but I found it rather enjoyable and it has a pretty awesome guitar solo. It kind of makes me think of Jack's Mannequin only with better vocals (not saying Andrew's vocals are bad by any means).

dcha
October 19th 2011
990 Comments


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