Soul Asylum & Lonely The Brave

Episode 109

This week, Aaron looks at a band that formed in Cambridge back in 2008 and Brent highlights a group that got their start on the Minneapolis indie scene alongside bands like Hüsker Dü and The Replacements.

Opting to continue on after the departure of original vocalist David Jakes in 2018, Aaron spotlights three songs from the band Lonely The Brave.

With five albums to their credit before “Runaway Train” made them an overnight success, Brent looks at three songs from Dave Pirner and Soul Asylum.

This Week’s Playlist

  1. Somebody To Shove – Soul Asylum – Grave Dancers Union (1992)
  2. The Blue, The Green – Lonely The Brave – The Day’s War (Victory Edition) (2015)
  3. Black Gold – Soul Asylum – Grave Dancers Union (1992)
  4. Boxes – Lonely The Brave – Things Will Matter (2016)
  5. Misery – Soul Asylum – Let Your Dim Light Shine (1995)
  6. Diamond Days – Lonely The Brave – Things Will Matter (2016)

Show Notes

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Listen to the Playlist


Videos Mentioned

(15:10) Soul Asylum – Somebody To Shove (MTV Unplugged) – YouTube
(36:08) Lonely The Brave – The Blue, The Green (Official Video) – YouTube
(45:49) Never Mind The Hype: interview Lonely the Brave – YouTube
(48:07) Lonely The Brave – Backroads (Official Video) – YouTube
(49:31) Lonely The Brave – Boxes (Redux) – YouTube
(1:02:36) Clerks II (2006) – Ending Scene – YouTube
(01:10:05) Lonely The Brave – Diamond Days (Live from the Glasshouse) – YouTube
(01:11:55) Lonely The Brave – Comfortably Numb (Live From The Glasshouse) – YouTube
(01:17:39) Lonely The Brave – Diamond Days (Redux) – YouTube
Bands Mentioned
  • Soul Asylum
  • Lonely The Brave
  • Evens Blue
  • Cold
  • 8Stops7
  • 10 Years
  • Default
  • Chevelle
  • Biffy Clyro
  • Pearl Jam
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Deftones
  • Jack Bennett
  • Grumble Bee

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