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8 thoughts on “ This Providence - Our Worlds Divorce (CD, Album)

  1. This song is by This Providence and appears on the album Our World's Divorce (). Your words hit harder than expected, I couldn't sleep because my dreams were interrupted, By the bittersweet .
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Our Worlds Divorce - This Providence on AllMusic - /
  3. While still in high school, they gathered a strong local following as well as some label attention. After graduating, the band released their debut full-length record, Our Worlds Divorce, produced by Casey inconmedipecopapunhostfigulec.xyzinfo by Ramen released This Providence's self titled full-length album (This Providence) on September 12, On Novembe read more.
  4. Emo pop/rock act This Providence came together in the summer of in Seattle, WA, recording and self-releasing their first EP soon after their formation. Comprised of vocalist/guitarist Dan Young, guitarist Gavin Phillips, bassist/vocalist Phil Co read more. top albums.
  5. Allmusic. inconmedipecopapunhostfigulec.xyzinfo Jesusfreakhideout. This Providence is the second studio album by the band This Providence, released on September 12, , by Fueled by Ramen.
  6. "Our Worlds Divorce" is, in my opinion, the best album that has come out in a while. I bought it at their CD release show over half a year ago and I still can't put it down. They are by no means some generic emo rip-off band that tries to cover Thursday (as another reviewer thought).
  7. After graduating, the band released their debut full-length record, Our Worlds Divorce, produced by Casey B read more This Providence (previously known as Sunday Best), is a four piece pop rock band from Seattle, Washington US.
  8. This Providence has exploded onto the scene with their debut full-length, "Our World's Divorce", out November 16th on Rocketstar Recordings. The album is in a word - astounding. Beautiful interlacing guitar lines weave thick bass into crunchy choruses. Memorable pop melodies infiltrate every verse and every chorus/5(14).

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