We are super excited to announce that the online of release of the “Whitfield, Nebraska” Soundtrack is now available as sneak preview for our fans in advance of the official Spring 2016 Worldwide Release!
Some of you will notice that the songs on this CD are both old and new. That’s because they were curated specifically for the “Whitfield, Nebraska” novel and we highly recommend reading it while listening to the soundtrack.
Where can you get the “Whitfield, Nebraska” novel by Durden Kell? Glad you asked, it can be found on Amazon here!
The “Whitfield, Nebraska” Soundtrack by Grown Up Avenger Stuff can be found by clicking here!
There’s some exciting, never before released songs on the “Whitfield, Nebraska” Soundtrack, including:
Snow – A song we’ve been wanting to release because we’ve recieved some fan love (and a tear or two) when this one has been played at shows.
Love Please – a crowd favorite, and one that’s been requested enough that we are very happy to finally be able to make it available.
Here (acoustic) – this is the same song from Alive, but with a new piano arrangement with an acoustic feel. It’s transformed the emotion of the song and is worth a listen. Plus, you get to hear Hunter on piano and Tyler on acoustic guitar.
Crooked Lines – A little different from our usual sound, with more harmonies and a message, “don’t wait for the future”
Wasting The Light – this one is hot off the presses after being mixed by Mark Needham (he also mixed Imagine Dragons and The Killers)
There are 12 songs on the CD, including two previously released singles (You Never Know, The River) and five from our previous albums.
Interested? Go no further, the “Whitfield, Nebraska” Soundtrack is available just by clicking here! (If you add all the MP3’s to your cart, for a limited time, you can purchase them all for $9, or all the higher quality WAV’s for $12)
Upcoming Show/Regional Tour Dates
We are off the road for the rest of 2015. We will miss you all, but we will be busy working on finishing up our next CD, Eclectica.
It’ll drop (as they say) in February 2016!
[– last updated 27 October 2015]