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Karl Hepler / Press

“Such great lyrics. It is obvious that you connected with ivans plight. A rare and valuable gift. Your song its difficult lyrically as it challenges us to see the man and not the deed. I do appreciate you creating that and putting into the world.”

Ronda - BandCamp Song Review

“The album begins with the title track, “Always Home,” a good opener that got me ready for the next tracks to come. As soon as the next song, “Letters to the Sea,” came on with its violins, I immediately loved the song. The lyrics are about a soldier that tosses letters into the sea in hopes that they will reach a girl. The song is high on metaphors, which I would notice are used a lot in his songs. The fourth track on the album is probably one of the better songs because of the infectious chorus and backing vocals. It is a fun song which I thought was a metaphor for life and death. If we skim through the next couple of tracks, we get through to the eighth track called “Troubled.” This is the first song that I noticed had a slower sound compared to the tracks before. [READ MORE HERE: http://maraudernews.blogspot.com/2012/05/features-always-home-is-almost-always.html]”

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