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Band Featured: The National
The 36 tracks playlist includes one documentary about the band by french filmmaker Vincent Moon. Articles published by The New York Times and the Rolling Stone about the band are available at Unruly Hearts’ wordpress.com site.
About The National: Formed in 1999, the Ohio-raised, Brooklyn-based band consists of vocalist Matt Berninger fronting two pairs of brothers: Aaron (guitar, bass, piano) and Bryce Dessner (guitar), and Scott (bass, guitar) and Bryan Devendorf (drums).
Their first full-lengths, The National and Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers, and a crucial mini-album, Cherry Tree, preceded their signing to Beggars Banquet in 2004. Alligator (2005), included underground anthem “Mr. November,” and raised their profile as the National grew into an incendiary live band. Boxer (2007), featuring songs like “Fake Empire”, “Mistaken For Strangers” and “Start A War,” sold over three times as many copies as its predecessor and saw them transformed from underground stars into an indie rock institution.
Their fifth album ‘High Violet’ was chosen #15 among the best 30 music albums of 2010 by Rolling Stone. Their song ‘Think You Can Wait,’ their contribution to the soundtrack of Tom McCarthy’s movie Win Win, was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song in 2010. The National is currently on tour.
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THE NATIONAL – CONVERSATION 16 – HIGH VIOLET