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Independence Lyrics: My independence went away / I didn't listen when it said 'rely on yourself trusting someone else is a path for the silent ghost' / My independence went astray / I didn't think you.
Dear Independence. Dear Independence is the second album by the Danish blues rock group The Blue Van, released in under TVT Records. The track "Independence" is featured in the opening sequence of the USA TV show Royal akinosbramuroadorana.infoinfo: Rock, blues rock, alternative rock.
The Blue Van – Independence. 1 Comment; 0 Tags Dear independence, the world will know what I think is right My independence kicked me out It fed me to a hungry crowd Like a leper I'm not touched and cannot bear to watch as I lose the will to lose myself Dear independence, which way do go?
Oct 31, · The Blue Van 10/31/ Review Another garage-y indie rock band, this time from Denmark, the Blue Van doesn't really do anything new or memorable on their sophomore album, Dear Independence, and unfortunately for the quartet, it's everyone else around them that are doing the same shtick so much better.
Aug 05, · Now, with "Dear Independence", The Blue Van tones it down slightly, channeling the vibes of , but still rocking hard. This is proof that great music is being created today that still has the heart of years past/5(5).
Even when this hard charging Danish quartet is touring, the Blue Van is parked permanently in the garage, cranking out wiry, high-energy blues rock at a volume that will surely wake up the neighbors. Boogie-woogie organ, jangly guitar, tambourine-smack drums and full backing vocals make these guys sound like vintage, Nuggets -era throwbacks, but their energy is undeniable.
Another garage-y indie rock band, this time from Denmark, the Blue Van doesn't really do anything new or memorable on their sophomore album, Dear Independence, and unfortunately for the quartet, it's everyone else around them that are doing the same shtick so much better.6/
Aug 05, · In songs like the strummy, mug-raising sing-a-long Momentarily Sane and the magnetic, folk-informed melody of The Poet Tree, DEAR INDEPENDENCE reveals the Blue Van in both a mellow mood, and at a time when it has begun to spread its creative wings/5(5).