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WRY is a rock band from Sorocaba, São Paulo, Brazil, influenced by shoegaze and post-punk, with songs in both English and in Portuguese. In addition to being an important force in the independent rock scene in Brazil (WRY are also proprietors of a Brownies or Spaceland-like rock club -- Boogarins has frequently played there), the band lived in London for years, with club tours throughout the UK and Europe, and appearing on larger festival stages such as Primavera Sound in Barcelona. Noites Infinitas, WRY’s sixth studio album, explores themes of anxiety, despair, and unconventional paths towards hope whilst living in today’s divided world.

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Noites Infinitas

WRY

$7.00

Tracklist


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1.

Travel 2:33

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2.

Tumulto, Barulho e Confusão 3:00

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3.

Morreu A Esperança 3:07

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4.

I Feel Invisible 3:05

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5.

Man In The Mirror 2:44

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6.

Uma Pessoa Commum 3:13

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7.

Absoluta Incerteza 3:09

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8.

Weapon In My Hand 3:03

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9.

I Can Change 2:56

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10.

Desculpe me Por Ser Assim 3:14

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC


WRY is a rock band from Sorocaba, São Paulo, Brazil, influenced by shoegaze and post-punk, with songs in both English and in Portuguese. In addition to being an important force in the independent rock scene in Brazil (WRY are also proprietors of a Brownies or Spaceland-like rock club -- Boogarins has frequently played there), the band lived in London for years, with club tours throughout the UK and Europe, and appearing on larger festival stages such as Primavera Sound in Barcelona. Noites Infinitas, WRY’s sixth studio album, explores themes of anxiety, despair, and unconventional paths towards hope whilst living in today’s divided world.

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