Blue October: This Is What I Live For

Blue October SKU: 40870854
Blue October: This Is What I Live For

Blue October: This Is What I Live For

Blue October SKU: 40870854

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: This Is What I Live For
Artist: Blue October
Label: Up Down Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 759707202018
Genre: Rock

"These songs should make you want to fall in love with somebody, or miss somebody, or want to do something outrageous with your life," says Justin Furstenfeld, vocalist and lyricist for the unstoppable alt-rock band Blue October. He's talking about the tracks on the quintet's tenth studio album, This Is What I Live For, introduced by lead single, "Oh My My," which is sure to make a lasting impression. The San Marcos, Texas-based band (vocalist Justin Furstenfeld, multi-instrumentalist Ryan Delahoussaye, bassist Matt Noveskey, drummer Jeremy Furstenfeld, and guitarist Will Knaak) have earned a reputation for being remarkably dynamic, consistently delivering anthemic songs filled with rousing melodies and precision playing. And with this latest release, the members are even more in synch than ever because they wrote much of the material while they were on the road supporting their last album, 2018's I Hope You're Happy, often fine-tuning songs in front of audiences.

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