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I Am Easy to Find|The National
I Am Easy to Find
The National
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Track Listing

0 DISC 1:
1 You Had Your Soul with You
2 Quiet Light
3 Roman Holiday
4 Oblivions
5 Pull of You, The
6 Hey Rosey
7 I Am Easy to Find
8 Her Father in the Pool
0 DISC 2:
1 Where Is Her Head
2 Not in Kansas
3 So Far So Fast
4 Dust Swirls in Strange Light
5 Hairpin Turns
6 Rylan
7 Underwater
8 Light Years
  • Genre: Rock & Pop
  • Release Date: May 2019
  • Label: 4AD (USA)
  • Format: Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 2

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The duet-centered songs are the strongest. In its poignant tick-tocking piano melody, the camera-shutter percussion, the bleep-blorp electronics, the brightly funereal brass, the elegant choral and string arrangements, the title track beautifully skeins almost every sonic byway the group's been exploring lately." Rolling Stone - Included in Rolling Stone's "The 50 Best Albums of 2019" -- "[A] melancholic exercise in beauty and restraint centered on the mundane pleasures and devastations of middle-aged life in America." Spin - "The National are a famously fastidious band, and it's thrilling to hear them indulging in sounds that could be perceived as mistakes. Generally, the music is better the weirder it gets..." NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Now 20 years into their career, they've found a way to make their sound blossom into something more widescreen..." Paste (magazine) - "I AM EASY TO FIND doesn't radically change the formula they developed over the past couple of releases, but it nearly perfects it, resulting in a record as elegant as the suits Berninger routinely wears onstage." Pitchfork (Website) - "It provides room to luxuriate and admire all these guest voices as the art pieces they are while getting sucked into unhurried treasures like 'Quiet Light' and 'Oblivions,' both among the band's most weightless and sublime." Clash (Magazine) - "An emotional, detailed story follows the life of a girl through love, loss, death and trauma, expertly encapsulating the main themes from The National's eighth long-play: anxiety, the unknown, loneliness, sex, death and losing."