Another good band

A friend recently told me about the band Neadtobreathe. n2b_covercomp_f1
To be honest, I’m always getting recomendations from people about new music and bands I “should listen to.” Usually, I check out the leads, but don’t always get excited about what I find. These guys are different – their sound is clean and unique. I like them alot. They’re really good…of course that’s just my opinion. The song Stones Under Rushing Water has struck a particular chord [excuse the pun] with me. What’s really nice is you can check out their Needtobreath website and listen to full length songs for free.

2 Responses to “Another good band”

  1. 1 Karen
    September 21, 2009 at 1:58 pm

    Sweet. Yes, very nice sound. Now that I’m approaching 50 (too), I think I understand why this song might have “struck a chord” with you. 🙂

  2. 2 Susan Johansen
    November 12, 2009 at 2:18 pm

    Ah, yes, I like the sound of this band. Thanks for putting that up. The words cause me to remember that my days are numbered and I want to make them count. It’s truly hard to believe that the “50” mark is rapidly descending upon me.

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