La Dispute Lyrics


La Dispute Lyrics

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From the Album Rooms Of The House (2014) (buy at amazon.com)



From the Album Wildlife (2011) (buy at amazon.com)

A Departure
Harder Harmonies
St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church Blues
Edit Your Hometown
A Letter
Safer In The Forest / Love Song For Poor Michigan
The Most Beautiful Bitter Fruit
A Poem
King Park
Edward Benz, 27 Times
I See Everything
A Broken Jar
All Our Bruised Bodies And The Whole Heart Shrinks
You And I In Unison


From the Album Never Come Undone (La Dispute/Koji) (2011) (buy at amazon.com)

Sunday Morning, At A Funeral
Last Blues


From the Album Touché Amoré/La Dispute (2010) (buy at amazon.com)
Touché Amoré/La Dispute
How I Feel
Why It Scares Me


From the Album Here, Hear III (2009) (buy at amazon.com)
Here, Hear III
Nine
Ten
Eleven
Twelve


From the Album Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega And Altair (2008) (buy at amazon.com)

Such Small Hands
Said The King To The River
New Storms For Older Lovers
Damaged Goods
Fall Down, Never Get Back Up Again
Bury Your Flames
Last Blues For Bloody Knuckles
The Castle Builders
Andria
Then Again, Maybe You Were Right
Sad Prayers For Guilty Bodies
The Last Lost Continent
Nobody, Not Even The Rain


From the Album Here, Hear II. (2008) (buy at amazon.com)
Here, Hear II.
Five
Six
Seven
Eight


From the Album La Dispute (2008) (buy at amazon.com)
La Dispute
Shall Never Lose Its Power
Only Everything Below


From the Album Here, Hear. (2008) (buy at amazon.com)
Here, Hear.
One
Two
Three
Four


From the Album Vancouver (2006) (buy at amazon.com)
Vancouver
Future Wars
A Word Of Welcome And Of Warning
See You In Vancouver
To Withstand The Force Of Storms
He Is Here, He Is Not Afraid
The Surgeon And The Scientist
Fairmount
Untitled


La Dispute Info:

La Dispute is a post-hardcore band from Grand Rapids, Michigan who were formed in 2004 by cousins Jordan Dreyer and Brad Vander Lugt, Kevin Whittemore, Derek Sterenberg and Adam Kool. -Wikipedia

From:
Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.

Genres:
Post-hardcore, progressive rock, spoken word, screamo

Years active:
2004-present

Name Origin:
The band's name is from the Pierre de Marivaux work from 1774 of the same name. It was a play Dreyer watched while in high school and felt a connection between the work and the music he was writing at the time.

Members:
Jordan Dreyer -
lead vocals, percussion
(2004-present)

Kevin Whittemore -
guitar
(2004-present)

Chad Sterenberg -
guitar
(2006-present)

Adam Vass -
bass
(2007-present)

Brad Vander Lugt -
drums, percussion, keyboards
(2004-present)

Past members:
Derek Sterenberg -
guitar (2004-2006)

Adam Kool -
bass (2004-2007)

Tour Dates:




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