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The Lumineers - Cleopatra album download

Cleopatra is the second studio album by American indie folk band The Lumineers. The album was released in the United States on April 8, 2016, and contains the singles "Ophelia", "Cleopatra", "Angela" and "Sleep on the Floor".

The Lumineers sophomore album, Cleopatra, was released on April 8th, 2016. It’s their first album since their self-titled debut album The Lumineers was released in 2012. Under the music section of their site, the description for the album is: In Cleopatra, The Lumineers set about trying to make musical sense of their three-year-plus roller coaster ride that was their first album. Their skill at setting a visual story to music comes through amidst the delicate, deceptively simple acoustic soundscapes

Cleopatra (The Lumineers song). Cleopatra" is a song recorded by American folk rock band The Lumineers. The song serves as the title track to their second studio album of the same name. Cleopatra" was released as the album's second single on March 25, 2016. According to Wesley Schultz (lead vocalist of The Lumineers), the song was inspired by an encounter with a taxi driver that Schultz met in the Republic of Georgia

After the release of their second album Cleopatra (4/8/2016 via Dualtone Records/Dine Alone Records), The Lumineers released music videos for Ophelia, Cleopatra, Sleep on the Floor, and Angela/Patience, all teasing the story line, but never giving the full story, of the taxi driver whom Shultz met and dubbed Cleopatra.

Note the gate fold and die-cut insert. All songs written by Wesley Schultz and Jeremy Fraites, except "Cleopatra" and "Angela", written by Wesley Schultz, Jeremy Fraites, and Simone Felice; "Gale Song" and "My Eyes", written by Wesley Schultz, Jeremy Fraites, and Neyla Pekarek; and "Where the Skies are Blue", written by Abraham Hovey. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores.

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