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ABSOLUTExclusive: Long Lost Song Premiere
|We have a last minute special exclusive today - a new song from Long Lost's upcoming No Sleep debut, Save Yourself, Start Again. What started as an acoustic side project between Transit vocalist Joe Boynton and guitarist Vinny Comeau has turned into a full-band adventure. The song is titled "This Love Will Grow" and it's an upbeat indie gem that's perfect for the summer. You can stream the song in the replies or over at the band's AP.net profile. Also, don't forget to pre-order the upcoming LP here - it hits stores on August 6th.|
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09:26 AM on 07/01/13
She didn't turn out to be that cool
Wow, this is the best song they've released so far. Joe sounds better than he has in a very long time.
09:27 AM on 07/01/13
Why couldn't this vocal production be what's on YNE? Great song.
09:31 AM on 07/01/13
These vocals are so much better than YNE. I mean, I love Transit but that album vocally wasn't that great.
09:46 AM on 07/01/13
better than anything on Transit's last album
09:49 AM on 07/01/13
This is real good, would be interested in hearing more from them.
09:57 AM on 07/01/13
dig this a lot.
and i think the next effort from transit will be a lot more focused with much better production
09:59 AM on 07/01/13
Transit needs to go on hiatus - Long Lost and Misser are both far superior at this point. Come back to Transit in a year or two and people will care again. In the meantime, I'd love to see these other projects get the attention they deserve.
10:20 AM on 07/01/13
While I did like YNE, I would be lying if I said that Misser and Long Lost aren't doing far better things. Stoked on my pre-order.
10:59 AM on 07/01/13
I'm a paintbrush in a way.
This gives me more of that 'Transit feeling' than YNE did. Although I did like YNE for what it is, I can't wait to hear more of this.
11:04 AM on 07/01/13
We can gallop upon the sea...
Sounds more like what I expected from Transit's new album, diggin' it
11:09 AM on 07/01/13
The actual songs on YNE were fine but the production slaughtered that album. Still, if I revisited it it would probably grow on me.This sounds great.